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:: A novel design for adaptive cruise control based on extended reference model ::
A novel design for adaptive cruise control based on extended reference model
 
S. M. Mohtavipour, H. Jafari and H. S. Shahhoseini, "A novel design for adaptive cruise control based on extended reference model," 2017 IEEE 4th International Conference on Knowledge-Based Engineering and Innovation (KBEI), Tehran, 2017, pp. 0822-0827, doi: 10.1109/KBEI.2017.8324910.


Abstract:
Design of master loop controller of an adaptive cruise control (ACC) is a critical section for this system. In this paper we focus on the reference model and some constraints like safety, comfort and driver's acceptance level. We show that with zones extending of this reference model we can achieve better performance and have much more freeness for adapting driver's behavior. Because of different driving situations like, hard-stop and stop-and-go scenarios, designing with fixed parameters is not a good solution for this system, so with extending the critical inter-distance, this reference model could have better adaption for these situations. Two critical zones defined in this extended reference model satisfied driver's acceptance level and safety of the passengers and are discussed with several simulation scenarios.
Keywords: Automotive ,Adaptive cruise control , Stop-and-go , Extended model reference , Master loop controller.
 
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