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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)

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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