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Implementing adaptive driving systems for intelligent vehicles by using neuro-fuzzy networks Lin, YT et al

By: Lin, YTPublication details: Transportation Research Record, 2001Description: nr 1774, s. 98-105Subject(s): USA | Intelligent transport system | Adaptive cruise control | Mathematical model | Simulation | Driver | Behaviour | Fuzzy logic | 23Bibl.nr: VTI P8167:1774Location: Abstract: The application of supervised learning to train an intelligent vehicle with a neuro-fuzzy controller to mimic the driving behavior of a human driver is discussed. An initial fuzzy control system for vehicle driving was set up on the basis of general human driving experiences, and its control rules were modified to fit the driving behavior of an individual driver. This provides an effective mechanism to construct driving control systems with personality for automated intelligent vehicles.
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The application of supervised learning to train an intelligent vehicle with a neuro-fuzzy controller to mimic the driving behavior of a human driver is discussed. An initial fuzzy control system for vehicle driving was set up on the basis of general human driving experiences, and its control rules were modified to fit the driving behavior of an individual driver. This provides an effective mechanism to construct driving control systems with personality for automated intelligent vehicles.

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