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A Study on Diverse Preference for Driving Behaviors of Automated Vehicles and Simulation Methodology for its Impact on Traffic

A Study on Diverse Preference for Driving Behaviors of Automated Vehicles and Simulation Methodology for its Impact on Traffic

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Author Gyeongok JEONG, Youngho KIM, Seongyong PARK Date November 30, 2020
Publisher The Korea Transport Institute Page(s) 6 Page(s)
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1. Purpose of Research
2. Research Summary
2.1. User Preference Survey and Analysis of Automated Vehicle Driving Behavior
2.2. Development of Automated Driving Behavior and Traffic Impact Analysis using Microscopic Traffic Simulation Experiments
3. Conclusions and Suggestions
3.1. Potential of a New Traffic Operation Strategy under an Automated Traffic System
3.2. The Need for Traffic Operation Management in the Automated Traffic System
3.3. Political Needs for Automated Traffic Operation and Management System