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Balas, M. M., Balas, V. E. . Optimizing the distance-gap between cars by fuzzy-interpolative control with time to collision planning. In 2006 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics, ICM, art. no. 4018362, pp. pp. 215-21. IEEE Xplore Digital Library, 2006.

Abstract: The paper is focused on the planned fuzzy-interpolative controllers. Such controllers are pushing away the main disadvantage of the soft computing approach: the lack of accuracy and of optimizing criteria. The benchmark study is referring to the car following algorithm issue. A new distance gap planner is proposed. The planner is designed on the base of the constant time to collision criterion. The constant time to collision method perform almost similarly to the existing methods but can be implemented much easier by interpolative networks, and can coordinate in a safe manner the whole traffic flow. 2006 IEEE.

Keywords: fuzzy-interpolative controllers, car following algorithm


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