This paper considers the multi-vehicle automated driving coordination problem. We develop a distributed, hybrid decision-making framework for safe and efficient autonomous driving of selfish vehicles on multi-lane highways, where each dynamics is modeled as a mixed-logical–dynamical system. We formalize the coordination problem as a generalized mixed-integer potential game, seeking an equilibrium solution that generates almost individually optimal mixed-integer decisions, given the safety constraints. Finally, we embed the proposed best-response-based algorithms within the distributed open- and closed-loop control policies.
|Journal||IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- Autonomous vehicles
- networked control systems
- optimization methods