In this paper, we present a cooperative adaptive cruise control problem. We have divided our problem into two operational modes. In the first mode, our objective is the gap regulation for safety consideration and in the second mode, our objective is to regulate the speed at driver’s (or passenger) preference. The gain scheduling technique is used to meet both the objectives considering real-time external conditions. The gains are tuned on various standard performance parameters. The performance of the proposed technique is tested by simulation in MATLAB environment and found to be successfully achieved the objectives.
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