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In large modern urban areas, traffic congestion and fatality have become two serious problems. To improve the safety and efficiency of ground mobility, one promising solution is the cooperative control

In large modern urban areas, traffic congestion and fatality have become two serious problems. To improve the safety and efficiency of ground mobility, one promising solution is the cooperative control of connected and automated vehicle (CAV) systems, which can avoid human drivers’ incapability and errors. Taking advantage of two-dimensional (2D) vehicular control, this dissertation intends to conduct a thorough investigation of the modeling, control, and optimization of CAV systems with flocking control.

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