The Colliding Reciprocal Dance Problem: A Mitigation Strategy with Application to Automotive Active Safety Systems

19 Sep 2019  ·  Johnson Jeffrey Kane ·

A reciprocal dance occurs when two mobile agents attempt to pass each other but incompatible interaction models result in repeated attempts to take mutually blocking actions. Often, such a situation simply results in deadlock... But in systems with significant inertial constraints, it can result in collision. This abstract presents this colliding variant of the reciprocal dance, how it arises, and a mitigation strategy that can improve safety without sacrificing flexibility. A demonstration of the concept is provided in the context of automotive active safety. read more

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