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Collision Prevention While Driving in Real Traffic Flow Using Emotional Learning Fuzzy Inference Systems
ISSN: 2327-5626, e-ISSN: 2327-5634
Published April 08, 2013 by SAE International in United States
Citation: Zarringhalam, R. and Ghaffari, A., "Collision Prevention While Driving in Real Traffic Flow Using Emotional Learning Fuzzy Inference Systems," SAE Int. J. Trans. Safety 1(1):58-63, 2013, https://doi.org/10.4271/2013-01-0623.
This paper proposes a methodology for collision prevention in car following scenarios. For this purpose, Emotional Learning Fuzzy Inference System (ELFIS) approach is used to simulate and predict the behavior of a driver-vehicle-unit in a short time horizon ahead in the future. Velocity of the follower vehicle and relative distance between the follower and the lead vehicles are predicted in a parallel structure. Performance of the proposed algorithm is assessed using real traffic data and superior accuracy of this method is demonstrated through comparisons with another available technique (ANFIS). The predicted future driving states are then used to judge about safety of the current driving pattern. The algorithm is used to generate a warning message while a safe-distance keeping measure is violated in order to prevent a collision. Satisfactory performance of the proposed method is demonstrated through simulations using real traffic data. The proposed method can be applied, in real time, for a variety of applications including driver assistant and collision prevention systems as well as other intelligent transportation applications.
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