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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2006;7(3): 377-383.
DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF INTELIGENT VEHICLE CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEMS USING A VEHICLE SIMULATOR
D. H. Han1, K. S. YI2, J. K. LEE3, B. S. KIM4, S. YI1
1Hanyang University
2Seoul National University
3Hyundai Motor
4Hyundai Mobis
ABSTRACT
This paper presents evaluation and comparisons of manual driving and driving with intelligent cruise control (ICC) systems. An intelligent vehicle cruise control strategy has been designed to achieve natural vehicle behavior of the controlled vehicle that would make human driver feel comfortable and therefore would increase driver acceptance. The evaluation and comparisons of the ICC and manual driving have been conducted using real-world vehicle driving data and an ICC vehicle simulator.
Key Words: Intelligent cruise control, Stop-and-go, Human driver, Time gap, Time to collision, Vehicle
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