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Raphael Stern
Raphael Stern
Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
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Dissipation of stop-and-go waves via control of autonomous vehicles: Field experiments
RE Stern, S Cui, MLD Monache, R Bhadani, M Bunting, M Churchill, ...
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 89, 205-221, 2018
7622018
Are commercially implemented adaptive cruise control systems string stable?
G Gunter, D Gloudemans, RE Stern, S McQuade, R Bhadani, M Bunting, ...
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 22 (11), 6992-7003, 2020
2702020
Stabilizing traffic flow via a single autonomous vehicle: Possibilities and limitations
S Cui, B Seibold, R Stern, DB Work
2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), 1336-1341, 2017
1882017
Model-based string stability of adaptive cruise control systems using field data
G Gunter, C Janssen, W Barbour, RE Stern, DB Work
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles 5 (1), 90-99, 2019
1312019
Quantifying air quality benefits resulting from few autonomous vehicles stabilizing traffic
RE Stern, Y Chen, M Churchill, F Wu, ML Delle Monache, B Piccoli, ...
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 67, 351-365, 2019
1282019
Accelerated Monte Carlo system reliability analysis through machine-learning-based surrogate models of network connectivity
RE Stern, J Song, DB Work
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 164, 1-9, 2017
912017
Impacts of commercially available adaptive cruise control vehicles on highway stability and throughput
M Shang, RE Stern
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 122, 102897, 2021
852021
Tracking vehicle trajectories and fuel rates in phantom traffic jams: Methodology and data
F Wu, R Stern, S Cui, ML Delle Monache, R Bhadanid, M Bunting, ...
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 99, 82-109, 2019
702019
Modeling adaptive cruise control vehicles from experimental data: model comparison
G Gunter, R Stern, DB Work
2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), 3049-3054, 2019
492019
Quantifying the traffic impacts of the COVID-19 shutdown
Z Liu, R Stern
Journal of transportation engineering, Part A: Systems 147 (5), 04021014, 2021
472021
Feedback control algorithms for the dissipation of traffic waves with autonomous vehicles
ML Delle Monache, T Liard, A Rat, R Stern, R Bhadani, B Seibold, ...
Computational Intelligence and Optimization Methods for Control Engineering …, 2019
432019
Optimal control of autonomous vehicles for traffic smoothing
S Wang, R Stern, MW Levin
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 23 (4), 3842-3852, 2021
382021
Capturing the effects of transportation on the spread of COVID-19 with a multi-networked SEIR model
D Vrabac, M Shang, B Butler, J Pham, R Stern, PE Paré
2021 American Control Conference (ACC), 3152-3157, 2021
372021
A novel asymmetric car following model for driver-assist enabled vehicle dynamics
M Shang, B Rosenblad, R Stern
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 23 (9), 15696-15706, 2022
362022
Calibrating microscopic car-following models for adaptive cruise control vehicles: Multiobjective approach
F De Souza, R Stern
Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems 147 (1), 04020150, 2021
282021
Traffic reconstruction using autonomous vehicles
ML Delle Monache, T Liard, B Piccoli, R Stern, D Work
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 79 (5), 1748-1767, 2019
282019
A general approach to smoothing nonlinear mixed traffic via control of autonomous vehicles
S Wang, M Shang, MW Levin, R Stern
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 146, 103967, 2023
272023
Measuring trajectories and fuel consumption in oscillatory traffic: Experimental results
F Wu, R Stern, M Churchill, ML Delle Monache, K Han, B Piccoli, DB Work
TRB 2017-Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting (TRB 2017), 14, 2017
262017
Networked model for cooperative adaptive cruise control
PE Paré, E Hashemi, R Stern, H Sandberg, KH Johansson
IFAC-PapersOnLine 52 (20), 151-156, 2019
232019
Effects of short-term travel on COVID-19 spread: A novel SEIR model and case study in Minnesota
MW Levin, M Shang, R Stern
Plos one 16 (1), e0245919, 2021
222021
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