Vehicle Longitudinal Control Using Discrete Markers

@inproceedings{Love1994VehicleLC,
  title={Vehicle Longitudinal Control Using Discrete Markers},
  author={David Love and Masayoshi Tomizuka},
  year={1994}
}
A hybrid observer is proposed as a method of estimating position and velocity of a vehicle when the primary input is a series of discrete magnetic markers placed along a roadway. For the preliminary studies, the vehicle was modeled as a pure inertial system with acceleration input. Two methods of determining the time tk at which the k-th marker is passed are discussed, and simulations using both methods are shown. Compensation for errors arising due to inaccurate measurement of this time is… CONTINUE READING

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