Hybrid Driving Simulator using Fuzzy Logic for Autonomous Freeway Driving – We present a novel approach combining the concept of fuzzy logic, the ability to model the dynamics of a natural environment and the notion of causality, both of which are essential to a driver’s behavior. The basic approach is based on fuzzy logic and fuzzy logic logic rules. In this paper, we propose to use fuzzy logic, rules, and logic based decision-theoretic approaches to drive. We start by applying fuzzy logic, rules, and logic based decision-theoretic approaches to an environment and then show how the use of fuzzy logic, rules, and logic based decision-theoretic approaches can help the driver to choose what actions will be taken by his or her autonomous car. Experimental results on simulated driving and simulations show that even with the rules of fuzzy logic, we can successfully model the behavior and drive from a wide range of scenarios, which can involve driving in situations in which there is no knowledge about the environment and no knowledge about the driving dynamics. This is the first application of fuzzy logic to the driving simulator.

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# Hybrid Driving Simulator using Fuzzy Logic for Autonomous Freeway Driving

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