Wang, Ziran; Guoyuan Wu; and Matthew Barth
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The study described a Cooperative Eco-Driving (CED) system targeted for signalized corridors, focusing on how the penetration rate of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) affects the energy efficiency of the traffic network on a 6-mile corridor with two signalized intersections along the University Avenue in Riverside, California. The study defined two different types of vehicles in the system as conventional vehicles and CED vehicles, with different role transition protocols and longitudinal control models for each, based on their degrees of connectivity and automation.

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IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 21, No. 5, pp. 2029-2038
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Cooperative Eco-Driving at Signalized Intersections in a Partially Connected and Automated Vehicle Environment
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