An Online Learning Framework for Energy-Efficient Navigation of Electric Vehicles

@inproceedings{kerblom2020AnOL,
  title={An Online Learning Framework for Energy-Efficient Navigation of Electric Vehicles},
  author={Niklas {\AA}kerblom and Yuxin Chen and Morteza Haghir Chehreghani},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={2020}
}
Energy-efficient navigation constitutes an important challenge in electric vehicles, due to their limited battery capacity. We employ a Bayesian approach to model the energy consumption at road segments for efficient navigation. In order to learn the model parameters, we develop an online learning framework and investigate several exploration strategies such as Thompson Sampling and Upper Confidence Bound. We then extend our online learning framework to multi-agent setting, where multiple… 

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