Testing of Relationship between Trading Volume, Return and Volatility

Dr. Suman Gulia

- Recent developments in the automotive industry like versatile cruise control, connected cars, predictive maintenance, vehicle tracking, electric vehicle, driverless technology and so on, has forced engineers to be increasinglyreliant on data from the vehicle. Thus to buildsafe, reliable and survivable vehicles even under minor faulty conditions. This has forced engineers from inter-disciplinary domain to work towards safety-critical or life-critical automotive systems to handle or mitigate the fault under operational conditions. Due to which,Fault Tolerant Control System (FTCS)forautomotive industry gaining particular interest hasanemerging research domain. This paper tries to provide a holistic viewpoint of FTCS for an automotive system with autonomous functionality like path/trajectory tracking, front and rear wheel control with various vehicle dynamics parameters. Initially, an overview of the fault-tolerant system with its capability and configuration is discussed to establish a platform for the reader about the understanding of the topic and its study concerning autonomous functionality. The survey focuses on the study of experimental work carried by researchers and discusses an outline of fault tolerance capabilities for autonomous applicationsunder three significant groups like vehicle model, fault diagnosis and fault controller. This paper discusses in briefone of the most popular concept of sliding mode, commonly used as fault-tolerant systems for safety-critical applications such as autonomous vehicles.

Volume 12 | 08-Special Issue

Pages: 207-213

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP8/20202517