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Neurocontrol for lateral vehicle guidance

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6 Author(s)
Neusser, S. ; Inst. for Microelectron., Stuttgart, Germany ; Nijhuis, J. ; Spaanenburg, L. ; Hoefflinger, Bernd
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A solution to autonomous lateral vehicle guidance using a neurocontroller that can learn from measured human-driving data without knowledge of the physical car parameters is discussed. Simulations and practical tests confirm that a small-size feedforward autonomous neural network (21 neurons) can learn to steer a vehicle at high speeds only from looking at human-driving examples. In this way, the network learns the total closed-loop behavior, including the nonlinear dynamics of the vehicle and the driver's individual driving style. The main result of practical investigations is that the neutral controller trained on human-driving examples exhibits an aperiodic behavior that does not vanish at higher speeds (tests performed up to 130 km/h) and produces fewer lateral deviations than the linear state controller.<>

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 1 )