Task Assignment Strategy for Platoons in Cooperative Driving
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- Dianzi Yu Xinxi Xuebao/Journal of Electronics and Information Technology, 2020, 42, (1), pp. 65-73
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Autonomous vehicles are equipped with multiple on-board sensors to achieve self-driving functions. However, a tremendous amount of data is generated by autonomous vehicles, which significantly challenges the real-time task processing. Through multiple-vehicle cooperation, which makes the best of vehicle onboard computing resources, autonomous and cooperative driving becomes a promising candidate to solve the aforementioned problem. In this case, it is vital for autonomous and cooperative driving to form a driving platoon and allocate driving tasks efficiently. In this paper, a more general analytical model is developed based on G/G/1 queueing theory to model the topology of platoons. Next, Support Vector Machine (SVM) method is adopted to classify the “idle” and “busy” categories of the vehicles in the platoon based on their computing load and task processing capacity. Finally, based on the analysis above, an efficient task balancing strategy of platoons in autonomous and cooperative driving called Classification based Greed Balancing Strategy (C-GBS) is proposed, in order to balance the task burden among vehicles and cooperate more efficiently. Extensive simulations demonstrate that the proposed technique can reduce the processing delay of driving tasks in platoons with high computing load, which will improve the processing efficiency in autonomous vehicles.
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