Auto-adaptive and string stable strategy for intelligent cruise control

Abstract : This study completes the study of a longitudinal control strategy based on a non-linear acceleration profile model. The model is thoroughly defined by a set of two design parameters that make the control policy auto-adaptive. The control strategy is safe and Stop&Go consistent. The string stability property of the control policy is also analysed. Simulation results show that the control policy has a good string stability property with high string stability margin with respect to Pipes and Chandler's control strategy.
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Flavien Somda, Hervé Cormerais. Auto-adaptive and string stable strategy for intelligent cruise control. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2011, 5 (3), pp. 168-174. ⟨hal-00625643⟩

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