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Approach for different types of speed limiting factors in memory and ahead

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    • Type: Epic
    • Status: To Do
    • Priority: High
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Epic Name:
      Speed limit information
    • Organization:
      TU Delft
    • Java Project:
      generic

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      Various types of speed limits may influence driver behaviour, and in different ways. These are:

      • Maximum vehicle speed.
      • Speed limit from road type (e.g. 130km/h on freeways, 80km/h on rural roads).
      • Fixed speed signs (e.g. 100km/h on a freeway).
      • Dynamic speed signs (e.g. matrix on gantry).
      • Various types of local limits (e.g. curvature, bumps, puddle).

      For some of these, it is required to decelerate to an appropriate speed before a specific location, while for others a more relaxed approach is suitable. Behaviors for different speed types need to be possible, while classical car-following models (with a free term) need to be supported, resulting in a sensible most critical acceleration.

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              Reporter:
              w.j.schakel Wouter Schakel
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