Multirate Lane-Keeping System With Kinematic Vehicle Model

In this paper, a novel multirate lane-keeping system (LKS) is introduced by using a kinematic-based model considering a look-ahead distance. First, the authors developed a kinematic lateral motion model for LKS with respect to the road. To increase a system damping of vehicle, the unique look-ahead output measurement matrix was introduced. The decentralized multirate lane-keeping control scheme with a multirate Kalman filter was also applied to resolve the asynchronous and irregular sampling time of multi sensors in autonomous vehicles. The authors validated the performance of the proposed kinematic-based multirate LKS using the dynamic vehicle solver CarSim, MATLAB/Simulink, and electric power steering hardware-in-the-loop system. Experimental validation was also conducted using a real test vehicle. Both simulation and experimental results showed that the proposed kinematic-based LKS performed lane-keeping capability comparable to that of dynamic-based LKS. In particular, the experimental results showed that the proposed method, compared to a human driver, can also maintain the lane within reasonable specifications. The experimental validation was performed at vehicle speeds of up to 120 km/h.

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  • Accession Number: 01685901
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Oct 18 2018 2:08PM