Fuzzy Logic Employed in an Autonomous ICC Vehicle

Paper #:
  • 950472

Published:
  • 1995-02-01
Citation:
Gortan, L., Borodani, P., and Carrea, P., "Fuzzy Logic Employed in an Autonomous ICC Vehicle," SAE Technical Paper 950472, 1995, https://doi.org/10.4271/950472.
Pages:
12
Abstract:
The AICC is an assisting system for controlling relative speed and distance between two vehicles in the same lane. The AICC system may be considered as an extension of a traditional cruise control, not only keeping a fixed speed of the vehicle, but correcting it also to that of a slower one ahead. The main objective of this paper is to illustrate the design of the intelligent cruise control system involving the automatic control of throttle position and braking systems. There is much evidence nowadays that fuzzy approaches to real problems, where the linear control theory fails or can't provide an available and robust design solution, are often the best alternative to more familiar schemes.
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