Browse Publications Technical Papers 2005-01-1473
2005-04-11

Autonomous Lane Changing Using Model Predictive Control 2005-01-1473

This paper takes a look at one of the problems associated with the concept of autonomous control of vehicles in the current traffic environment, namely the changing of lanes. Given the increase in traffic density on highways and interstate roads over the past few decades, safe navigation of individual vehicles has required increased driver attention and diligence to an increased number of visual information cues. The concept of autonomous vehicles operating without driver intervention in the present traffic system appears daunting. One aspect of traffic maneuvering involves changing lanes to a position between two other vehicles. Although this aspect appears straightforward, it is the lack of accurate knowledge of other vehicle maneuvering which makes the task difficult. Using Model Predictive Control (MPC) techniques, the task is addressed in an optimization problem framework.

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