Quasi-Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control: Design and Validation

Zheng Chen
The emergence of Connected Automated Vehicle (CAV) has enabled a variety of Cooperative Automated Driving applications. Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC), as the prevailing longitudinal control method for CAV allowing automated vehicle platooning, is claimed to bring enormous improvements in transportation efficiency and safety. However, such benefits of CACC cannot be easily unleashed in mixed traffic where CAVs are interacting with human-driven non-CAVs. The existing CACC cannot work effectively in mixed traffic environment due to...
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