In this paper, longitudinal and lateral vehicle control for automated highway systems (AHS) are studied together for their coupling effects. It is shown that longitudinal controllers which directly control the wheel slip are inherently more stable, especially during lateral maneuvers on very slippery road conditions, than longitudinal controllers which do not take wheel slip into account.
Automated guided vehicle systems; Automobiles — Automatic control; Automobiles — Stability
Vehicle control for automated highway systems for improved lateral maneuverability.
1995 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 1
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.