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A Framework for Cars to Join or Leave a Car Formation
Fanshou Zhang; Shuming Tang; Dong Shen
Conference NameIEEE Inernational Conference on Intelligent Transporation Systems
Source PublicationThe proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on ITS
Conference Date2016.11.1-4
Conference PlaceRio de Janeiro, Brazil
AbstractWe design a framework for a group of autonomous smart cars that allows them to come into a formation and for one to join the formation or leave the formation (we call it CJL). We propose a concept of switching distance to make the formation change more smoothly. Because a control input of any one of cars is constrained or a CJL, we will discuss its control algorithms. Some simulations will be shown in this paper. They will prove that the ability of the framework to realize a formation control.
KeywordTerms—framework Formation Control Autonomous Smart Car Switching Distance Simulation
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorShuming Tang
Affiliation1.Technology and System Center of Intelligent Manufacturing, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2.Information Science and Technology,Beijing University of Chemical Technology
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Fanshou Zhang,Shuming Tang,Dong Shen. A Framework for Cars to Join or Leave a Car Formation[C],2016.
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