An Autonomous Driver Model for the Overtaking Maneuver for Use in Microscopic Traffic Simulation

@inproceedings{Ahmad2001AnAD,
  title={An Autonomous Driver Model for the Overtaking Maneuver for Use in Microscopic Traffic Simulation},
  author={O. Ahmad},
  year={2001}
}
Autonomous driver models are widely used in driving simulators as an integral part of microscopic traffic simulation within the virtual environment. Realistic and believable driver models significantly enhance the user's experience and are often necessary for conducting simulator-based research. One way to increase the traffic fidelity is to extend the behaviors exhibited by driver models. Typically, behaviors such as vehicle following and lane tracking are augmented with specialized behaviors… CONTINUE READING

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