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The Visual Dispatcher II.......................................................................................330
15.1
Train Identification ......................................................................................330
Registration of unknown Trains............................................................................334
15.2
Virtual Contacts and Virtual Occupancy Indication.................................334
General..................................................................................................................334
Using Virtual Contacts as Indicators in a Block ...................................................337
Virtual Occupancy Indication ...............................................................................337
15.3
Controlling the traffic flow in Schedules ....................................................338
Limiting the Reservation of Blocks and Routes in certain Schedules ...................338
Critical Sections....................................................................................................338
The Train Guidance System..................................................................................340
Train Guidance based on Train Length.................................................................342
Forcing a Train to start a Schedule in a certain Direction.....................................343
Routes with separate occupancy indication...........................................................343
Schedule Watchdog and Limited Aberration Protection.......................................345
Detection of lost Cars ...........................................................................................345
Track Cleaning Trains ..........................................................................................346
15.4
Overview of all Schedule Rules ...................................................................346
Schedule Start .......................................................................................................346
Reservation of Blocks and Routes ........................................................................348
Release of Blocks and Routes...............................................................................351
Train Length .........................................................................................................352
Train Sets..............................................................................................................354
Signals ..................................................................................................................355
Security.................................................................................................................356
Misc ......................................................................................................................356
Spontaneous Run ..................................................................................................357
15.5
Examples........................................................................................................358
Example: Manual Control of Station Entry...........................................................358
Example: Manual Control of Station Exit.............................................................359
Example: Hidden Yard with Train Length Control and Automatic Bypass ..........360
Example: Optimal Length Control for Hidden Yards ...........................................363
15.7
Stations ..........................................................................................................365
General..................................................................................................................365
Minimum and Maximum Number of Trains .........................................................366
Conditions.............................................................................................................367
Stations, Trains and Schedules .............................................................................367
Local Schedules ....................................................................................................367
Local Schedules and calculated Signals................................................................368
15.8
Booster...........................................................................................................368
General..................................................................................................................368
States of a Booster ................................................................................................369
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