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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxx
  2. Introduction to Intelligent Vehicles

    1. Azim Eskandarian
      Pages 1-13
  3. Section 1 Overview of Intelligent Vehicle Systems and Approaches

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 15-15
    2. Angelos Amditis, Panagiotis Lytrivis, Evangelia Portouli
      Pages 31-60
    3. Bart De Schutter, Jeroen Ploeg, Lakshmi Dhevi Baskar, Gerrit Naus, Henk Nijmeijer
      Pages 81-116
    4. Marieke H. Martens, Gunnar D. Jenssen
      Pages 117-138
    5. Bart van Arem, Martijn van Noort, Bart Netten
      Pages 139-163
  4. Section 2 Vehicle Longitudinal and Lateral Control Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 165-165
    2. Jihua Huang
      Pages 167-190
    3. Fanping Bu, Ching-Yao Chan
      Pages 191-207
    4. Damoon Soudbakhsh, Azim Eskandarian
      Pages 209-232
  5. Section 3 Special Vehicular Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 233-233
    2. Alfred Pruckner, Ralf Stroph, Peter Pfeffer
      Pages 235-282
    3. Ernst Pucher, Luis Cachón, Wolfgang Hable
      Pages 283-307
  6. Section 4 Positioning, Navigation, and Trajectory Control

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 309-309
    2. John-Olof Nilsson, Dave Zachariah, Isaac Skog
      Pages 311-342
    3. Mohammed A. Quddus, Nagendra R. Velaga
      Pages 343-364
    4. Christian Lundquist, Thomas B. Schön, Fredrik Gustafsson
      Pages 365-396
    5. Fredrik Gustafsson, Umut Orguner, Thomas B. Schön, Per Skoglar, Rickard Karlsson
      Pages 397-434
    6. Isaac Skog, Peter Händel
      Pages 435-462
    7. Koichi Nagaki
      Pages 463-487
  7. Section 5 Driver Assistance

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 489-489
    2. Azim Eskandarian
      Pages 491-535
    3. Samer Hamdar
      Pages 537-558
    4. Jeremy J. Blum, Azim Eskandarian, Stephen A. Arhin
      Pages 581-602
  8. Section 6 Safety and Comfort Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 603-603
    2. Klaus Kompass, Werner Huber, Thomas Helmer
      Pages 605-612
    3. Hermann Winner
      Pages 613-656
    4. Markus Maurer
      Pages 657-687
    5. Jens E. Gayko
      Pages 689-708
    6. Klaus Kompass, Christian Domsch, Ronald E. Kates
      Pages 709-727
    7. Arne Bartels, Marc-Michael Meinecke, Simon Steinmeyer
      Pages 729-757
    8. Thao Dang, Jens Desens, Uwe Franke, Dariu Gavrila, Lorenz Schäfers, Walter Ziegler
      Pages 759-782
    9. Stefan Schramm, Franz Roth, Johann Stoll, Ulrich Widmann
      Pages 785-828
    10. Michael Seiter, Hans-Jörg Mathony, Peter Knoll
      Pages 829-864
    11. Jeffrey S. Augenstein, George T. Bahouth
      Pages 865-879
    12. John Craig
      Pages 881-892
  9. Section 7 Drowsy and Fatigued Driver Detection, Monitoring, Warning

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 893-893
    2. Darrell S. Bowman, William A. Schaudt, Richard J. Hanowski
      Pages 895-912
    3. Azim Eskandarian, Ali Mortazavi, Riaz Akbar Sayed
      Pages 941-974
    4. Riaz Akbar Sayed, Azim Eskandarian, Ali Mortazavi
      Pages 975-996
  10. Section 8 Vision-based Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 997-997
    2. Massimo Bertozzi
      Pages 999-1009
    3. Paolo Grisleri
      Pages 1011-1020
    4. Luca Mazzei, Paolo Zani
      Pages 1021-1031
    5. Stefano Debattisti
      Pages 1033-1041

About this book

Introduction

The Handbook of Intelligent Vehicles provides a complete coverage of the fundamentals, new technologies, and sub-areas essential to the development of intelligent vehicles; it also includes advances made to date, challenges, and future trends. Significant strides in the field have been made to date; however, so far there has been no single book or volume which captures these advances in a comprehensive format, addressing all essential components and subspecialties of intelligent vehicles, as this book does. Since the intended users are engineering practitioners, as well as researchers and graduate students, the book chapters do not only cover fundamentals, methods, and algorithms but also include how software/hardware are implemented, and demonstrate the advances along with their present challenges. Research at both component and systems levels are required to advance the functionality of intelligent vehicles. This volume covers both of these aspects in addition to the fundamentals listed above.

Keywords

Autmotive Engineering Autonomous Vehicles Drive-by-wire Drowsy Driver Intelligent Transportation Systems Intelligent Vehicles Semiautonomous Vehicles Traffic Control

Editors and affiliations

  • Azim Eskandarian
    • 1
  1. 1.Center for Intelligent Systems ResearchThe George Washington UniversityWashingtonUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-85729-085-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag London Ltd. 2012
  • Publisher Name Springer, London
  • eBook Packages Engineering
  • Print ISBN 978-0-85729-084-7
  • Online ISBN 978-0-85729-085-4
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