Steven E. Shladover

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The accomplishments to date on the development of automatic vehicle control (AVC) technology in the Program on Advanced Technology for the Highway are summarized. The basic prqfiiples and assumptions underlying the PATH work are identified, 'followed by explanations of the work on automating vehicle lateral (steering) and longitudinal (spacing and speed)(More)
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Cooperative Intersection Collision Avoidance Systems (CICAS) are likely to be among the first and most quality-of-service-critical users of wireless DSRC communications. Vehicle and infrastructure systems need to exchange data about the state of the intersection with high reliability and low latency. This paper estimates the number of vehicles that would(More)
(RM) is the most widely practiced strategy to control freeway traffic in the United States, particularly in California. It is recognized that ramp metering can directly control the flow into the freeway (demand) and the average density immediately downstream , which indirectly affects the traffic upstream. After drivers enter the freeway, their collective(More)