Anti-Jerk On-Ramp Merging Using Deep Reinforcement Learning

15 May 2020 Lin Yuan McPhee John Azad Nasser L.

Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL) is used here for decentralized decision-making and longitudinal control for high-speed on-ramp merging. The DRL environment state includes the states of five vehicles: the merging vehicle, along with two preceding and two following vehicles when the merging vehicle is or is projected on the main road... (read more)

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