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Human-like Decision-making and Control for Automated Driving EPR2022005

The on-vehicle automation system is primarily designed to replace the human driver during driving to enhance the performance and avoid possible fatalities. However, current implementations in automated vehicles (AVs) generally neglect that human imperfection and preference do not always lead to negative consequences, which prevents achieving optimized vehicle performance and maximized road safety.
Human-like Decision-making and Control for Automated Driving takes a step forward to address breaking through the limitation of future automation applications, investigating in depth:
  • Human driving feature modeling and analysis
  • Personalized motion control for AVs
  • Human-like decision making for AVs


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