駆動力制御のための走行環境センシングについての一考察 [in Japanese] A Study on Driving Environment Sensing Technologies for Power Train Control of Automobiles [in Japanese]
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This paper proposes an approach to designing an intelligent vehicle controller for partially supporting the driver's operation of a vehicle. Driving can be thought of as a system formed by the interaction between the driving environment, vehicle behavior and the driver's expectations of vehicle behavior. This interaction analysis incorporates the driver's intention model representing knowledge of the driver's particular cognitive characteristics. This model infers driver's intention to accelerate and decelerate. The reasoning method is based on a multipurpose decision-making technique that allows explicit treatment of the driving environment, vehicle behavior and the driver's intentions. Moreover reasoning engine can deal with the difference of driver's individual characteristics for generating intention to decelerate by using both the fuzzy integral and the fuzzy measure. As an example, a control procedure designed with the proposed model is applied to automatic transmission control. The simulation results show good agreement with driving test results.
- The Journal of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan
The Journal of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan 118(6), 304-311, 1998-06-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan