Vehicle Sorting for Platoon Formation: Impacts on Highway Entry and Throughput

@inproceedings{Hall2002VehicleSF,
  title={Vehicle Sorting for Platoon Formation: Impacts on Highway Entry and Throughput},
  author={Randolph W. Hall and Chinan Chin},
  year={2002}
}
Automated highway systems (AHS) are intended to increase the throughput and safety of roadways through computer control, communication and sensing. In the “platoon” concept for AHS, vehicles travel on highways in closely spaced groups. To maximize benefits, it is desirable to form platoons that are reasonably large (five or more vehicles), and it is also desirable to ensure that platoons remain intact for considerable distances. This paper develops and evaluates strategies for organizing… CONTINUE READING

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