A Fuzzy On-Line Self-Tuning Control Algorithm for Vehicle Adaptive Cruise Control System with the Simulation of Driver Behavior 2009-01-1481
Research of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) is an important issue of intelligent vehicle (IV). As we all known, a real and experienced driver can control vehicle's speed very well under every traffic environment of ACC working. So a direct and feasible way for establishing ACC controller is to build a human-like longitudinal control algorithm with the simulation of driver behavior of speed control. In this paper, a novel fuzzy self-tuning control algorithm of ACC is established and this controller's parameters can be tuned on-line based on the evaluation indexes that can describe how the driver consider the quality of dynamical characteristic of vehicle longitudinal dynamics. With the advantage of the controller's parameter on-line self-tuning, the computational workload from matching design of ACC controller is also efficiently reduced. The simulation results show that this algorithm can realize traditional ACC function such as following and cut-in and show good adaptable for the strong nonlinear of high-speed vehicle dynamics and robustness for the change of driving condition, such as different wind, load and gear ratio.
Citation: Zhenhai, G., Jian, G., and Guohui, D., "A Fuzzy On-Line Self-Tuning Control Algorithm for Vehicle Adaptive Cruise Control System with the Simulation of Driver Behavior," SAE Technical Paper 2009-01-1481, 2009, https://doi.org/10.4271/2009-01-1481. Download Citation
Gao Zhenhai, Guo Jian, Deng Guohui
SAE World Congress & Exhibition
Intelligent Vehicle Initiative (IVI) Technology Advanced Controls, 2009-SP-2230