A Game-Theoretic Model of Human Driving and Application to Discretionary Lane-Changes

22 Mar 2020 Jehong Yoo Reza Langari

In this paper we consider the application of Stackelberg game theory to model discretionary lane-changing in lightly congested highway setting. The fundamental intent of this model, which is parameterized to capture driver disposition (aggressiveness or inattentiveness), is to help with the development of decision-making strategies for autonomous vehicles in ways that are mindful of how human drivers perform the same function on the road (on which have reported elsewhere.).. (read more)

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