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Intersection Management Based on V2i Velocity Synchronization

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Chapter in Computational Problems in Science and Engineering, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering series, vol. 343, chapter 28, pp. 449-470, Springer International Publishing, 2015.
ISBN 978-3-319-15764-1
ISSN 1876-1100
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-15765-8_28.
In this last decade, new approaches for managing intersections have emerged. Instead of relying on the traffic lights, vehicles negotiate together the better way for sharing the junction. They explore the opportunities of new advances in terms of cooperative driving and unmanned vehicles. Vehicles are than able not only to communicate with the surrounding environment but also to control their speed. Many protocols are proposed for sharing the conflicting space, such as time reservation, priorities between vehicles and sequences. In this paper we consider the speed synchronization through V2I. Vehicles adapt their speed according to their position. This paper firstly reviews some proposed protocols so as to introduce the synchronization of vehicles’ velocity. The synchronization is based on the Sequence-Based Protocol (SBP). So the discussion mainly focus on it. Before proposing the approach, some practical and theoretical problems are highlighted for clarity. Finally, we perform and discuss the simulation of vehicles in to a junction loop. The simulation shows a high level of stability even with several vehicles.
Advanced cruise, control V2I, Velocity synchronization
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