29 August 2007

Special issue: Integrated vehicle control: control methodologies and experimentation

International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems 5(1/2) 2007 is a special issue: Integrated vehicle control: control methodologies and experimentation.

Article titles:
* Model-based predictive control of vehicle dynamics
* Towards vehicle trajectory planning for collision avoidance based on elastic bands
* Two-degree-of-freedom vehicle steering controllers design based on four-wheel-steering-by-wire
* Active handling enhancement for chassis control systems
* Study on vehicle chassis control integration based on vehicle dynamics and separate loop design approach
* Advanced headway control via adaptive seeking sliding mode for autonomous off-road vehicles
* Longitudinal and horizontal stabilisation of an unmanned blimp
* A HIL simulation experiment design based on a hierarchical modelling method
* Systems architecting for real-time vehicle controls evaluation

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