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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2021;22(5): 1373-1385.
DCFS-BASED ONLINE DRIVING PREFERENCES LEARNING APPROACH WITH APPLICATION TO PERSONALIZED LANE KEEPING CONTROLLER DESIGN
Jin Chen, Dihua Sun, Min Zhao, Yang Li
Chongqing University
PDF Links Corresponding Author.  Dihua Sun , Email. dsun@cqu.edu.cn
ABSTRACT
For the automated vehicles, the user experience on comfort plays an important role for the market acceptance. Generally, for the experienced drivers who already form some certain driving preferences during the longtime driving, they will feel apparent discomfort if the automated vehicles drive very differently from them. Therefore, it is of great significance for comfort driving if the automated vehicles could learn the driving preferences of the users. Fortunately, we enter the era of traffic big data, from the cyber physical system (CPS) perspective, we almost can get whatever data we need to map human drivers from physical space to cyberspace. In this paper, we build a general driving model based on deep convolutional fuzzy systems (DCFS), and design an online driving preferences learning algorithm based on the high-dimensional on-board data. For the verification of the method, we apply this method to design a personalized lane keeping controller (PLKC) with considering the guaranteed stability. Fifteen volunteers participate in the experiments on the Prescan-based simulation platform, and the results show that the PLKC has the online learning ability to the fixed and the time-varying lateral driving preferences.
Key Words: Driving preferences, Online learning, Deep convolutional fuzzy systems, Lane keeping, Cyber physical system
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