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Understanding Driver Car-Following Behavior Using a Fuzzy Logic Car-Following Model

Sato, Toshihisa; Akamatsu, Motoyuki;
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  • Published: 28 Mar 2012
  • Publisher: InTech
Recently, automatic systems that control driving speeds and headway distances while following a vehicle have been developed worldwide. Some products, such as adaptive cruise control systems, have already been installed in upper segments of passenger vehicles. Car following is an important operation in safe and comfortable driving on straight and/or curved roads. The number of traffic accidents involving rear-end collisions is the highest over the last decade in Japan (Iwashita et al., 2011). A rear-end collision occurs when the distance between two vehicles decreases due to deceleration of the lead vehicle and/or higher speed of the following vehicle. The automa...
free text keywords: Fuzzy logic, Headway, Relative velocity, Acceleration, Car following, Cruise control, Neuro-fuzzy, Automotive engineering, Collision, Computer science
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