Towards a Fault Tolerant AHS Design Part I : Extended Architecture UCB-ITS-PRR-96-14 California PATH Research Report

@inproceedings{Lygeros1996TowardsAF,
  title={Towards a Fault Tolerant AHS Design Part I : Extended Architecture UCB-ITS-PRR-96-14 California PATH Research Report},
  author={John Lygeros and Datta N. Godbole and Mireille E. Broucke},
  year={1996}
}
We propose a hierarchical control architecture for dealing with faults and adverse environmental conditions on an Automated Highway System (AHS). Our design builds on a previously designed control architecture that works under normal conditions of operation. The faults that are considered in our design are classi ed according to the capabilities remaining on the vehicle or roadside after the fault has occurred. Information about these capabilities is used by supervisors in each of the layers to… CONTINUE READING
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