This paper presents an agent-based modeling framework for affordance-based driving behaviors during the exit maneuver of driver agents in human-integrated transportation problems. We start our discussion from one novel modeling framework based on the concept of affordance called the affordance-based finite state automata (AFSA) model, which incorporates the human perception of resource availability and action capability. Then, the agent-based simulation illustrates the validity of the AFSA framework for the highway-lane-driver system. Next, the comparative study between real driving data and agent-based simulation outputs is provided using the transition diagram. Finally, we perform a statistical analysis and a correlation study to analyze affordance-based driving behavior of driver agents. The simulation results show that the AFSA model well represents the perception-based human actions and drivers' characteristics, which are essential for the design viewpoint of control framework of human driver modeling. This paper is also expected to benefit a designed control for autonomous/self-driving car in the future.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Computer Science(all)
- Materials Science(all)