2023
DOI: 10.1109/tiv.2022.3162549
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High Speed Emulation in a Vehicle-in-the-Loop Driving Simulator

Abstract: Rendering accurate multisensory feedback is critical to ensure natural user behavior in driving simulators. In this work, we present a virtual reality (VR)-based Vehicle-in-the-Loop (ViL) simulator that provides visual, vestibular, and haptic feedback to drivers in high speed driving conditions. Designing our simulator around a four-wheel steer-by-wire vehicle enables us to emulate the dynamics of a vehicle traveling significantly faster than the test vehicle and to transmit corresponding haptic steering feedb… Show more

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“…According to the design constraint, structure and parameter, a BBD is performed. In BBD, the hidden layer neuron number (40,60,80), training algorithm (Bayesian Regularization, Scaled Conjugate Gradient, Levenberg-Marquardt) and NN structure (3 in-2 out, 6 in-2 out, 6 in-4 out) as the design parameters are determined for BBD. After the BBD, NN performance, MSE and Processing Cycle are observed as results of the experiments.…”
Section: Dof Vehicle Simulatormentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…According to the design constraint, structure and parameter, a BBD is performed. In BBD, the hidden layer neuron number (40,60,80), training algorithm (Bayesian Regularization, Scaled Conjugate Gradient, Levenberg-Marquardt) and NN structure (3 in-2 out, 6 in-2 out, 6 in-4 out) as the design parameters are determined for BBD. After the BBD, NN performance, MSE and Processing Cycle are observed as results of the experiments.…”
Section: Dof Vehicle Simulatormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It has been studied to develop design and control algorithms on the light air bearing simulator [39]. A simulator with Vehicle in the loop was studied for a realistic driving feeling with haptic steering feedback in high speed applications [40]. A motion cueing algorithm-based model predictive controller has been studied for the hexapod with 9 DoF, which exhibits nonlinear behavior [41].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%