Feyyaz Emre Sancar

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This paper presents a model predictive control (MPC) based approach to improve a recently developed class of collaborative adaptive cruise control (CACC) schemes. The PID structure used previously is replaced with MPC, which is able to accommodate actuator limits and parameter estimation. In addition to the regular CACC functionalities, rear end collision(More)
In this paper we present a new cooperative adaptive cruise control with rear-end collision check employing deadzone switching techniques. The corresponding control task is to maintain desired spacing between consequent vehicles in a platoon using a decentralized control structure robust to sensor noises, whose magnitudes are assumed to be bounded from above(More)
Platooning has recently been the focus of many researchers from academia and industry due to the positive impacts it has shown on the highway traffic, such as road capacity improvement. However, the impacts of platoon formation in urban areas, especially the effects on idling time near signalized intersections has not been addressed in detail. This paper(More)
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