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1999 ACC Session FM11-1 Sensor Noise Model Development of a Longitudinal Positioning System for AVCS
 

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1999 ACC Session FM11-1
Sensor Noise Model Development of a Longitudinal Positioning System for AVCS
Jiangxin Wang, Susan Y. Chao, and Alice M. Agogino
University of California at Berkeley, 6102 Etcheverry Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720
jiangxin@newton.berkeley.edu, chao@garcia.me.berkeley.edu, aagogino@newton.berkeley.edu
ABSTRACT
Advanced Vehicle Control Systems (AVCS) as
envisioned by the California Partners for Advanced
Transit and Highways (PATH) program. System
simulation is crucial to ensure that every portion of the
whole system we have designed will perform adequately
together. For automated highway systems, simulation is
essential for controller design. To create a more realistic
simulation environment, we need to model sensor output
instead of assuming that we can measure the vehicle
states exactly. That is the primary reason for the
development of sensor models. Three positioning sensors
are investigated in this project. Their models are
developed based on real test data. In addition, the sensor

  

Source: Agogino, Alice M. - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley

 

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