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PROBLEM The Adaptive Cruise Control is an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) that allows maintaining given headway and speed, according to settings pre-defined by the users. Despite the potential benefits associated to the utilization of ACC, previous studies warned against negative behavioral adaptations that might occur while driving with the system… (More)
This paper analyses periodic gaits of multilegged locomotion systems. The joint signals are studied in the Fourier domain, namely from the point of view of its reproducibility through lowpass actuators. The influence of several parameters is also considered and their critical values are investigated.
This paper analyses periodic gaits of multi-legged locomotion systems. The joint signals are studied in the Fourier domain, namely from the point of view of its reproducibility through low-pass actuators. The influence of several parameters is also considered and their critical values are investigated.
Lately, with the goal of improving road safety, car makers developed and commercialised some Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) which, through the detection of blind spot areas on the vehicle's sides, could help the drivers during the overtaking and the change lane task. Despite the possible benefits to reduce lateral crashes, the overall impact on… (More)
The introduction of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) could be very helpful for making the longitudinal driving task more comfortable for the drivers and, as a consequence, it could have a global beneficial effect on road safety. However, before or during the usage of the device, due to several reasons, drivers might generate in their mind incomplete or flawed… (More)