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Research Article

An Approach for Handling Uncertainties Related to Behaviour and Vehicle Mixes in Traffic Simulation Experiments with Automated Vehicles

Table 3

Recommended driving behaviour parameters for necessary lane change in Vissim.

Driving logic—urban (motorway if the value differs)
Rail-safeCautiousNormalAll-knowingDef

Parameter for necessary lane changeOwn vehTrailing vehOwn vehTrailing vehOwn vehTrailing vehOwn vehTrailing vehOwn vehTrailing veh
Maximum decelerationn.a.n.a.−3.5−2.5−4−3−4−4−4−3
−1 m/s2 per distancen.a.n.a.80 (160)80 (160)100 (200)100 (200)100 (200)100 (200)100 (200)100 (200)
Accepted decelerationn.a.n.a.−1−1(−0,5)−1−1 (−0,5)−1−1.5 (−1)−1−1 (−0,5)

Necessary lane change means a lane change which is necessary in order to follow a defined route (it is not overtaking because of higher own desired speed). If “enforce absolute braking distance” is on, brick wall stop (BWS) distance is guaranteed. n.a. = not available.

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