Analysis and design of controllers for cooperative and automated driving

  title={Analysis and design of controllers for cooperative and automated driving},
Nowadays, throughput has become a limiting factor in road transport. An effective means to increase the road throughput is to decrease the intervehicle time gap. A small time gap, however, may lead to string instability, being the amplification of velocity disturbances in upstream direction. String-stable behavior is thus considered an essential requirement for the design of automatic distance control systems, which are needed to allow for safe driving at time gaps well below 1 s. However, the… CONTINUE READING


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