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[sumo-user] Cooperative changes vs speed adaptation


Setting bits 3 and 2 of the lane change mode controls the cooperative changes in a simulation. Setting bits 9 and 8 controls how much the speed/brake gaps of others are respected when changing lanes, and adaptation of speed to fulfil requests.

As I understand it, the difference between setting bits 3 and 2 vs. setting bits 9 and 8 is that bits 3 and 2 control only the lateral action of changing lanes, while setting bits 9 and 8 controls the longitudinal action of speeding up or slowing down?

In that case, in what situation does a vehicle need to "cooperatively" change lane to "allow" another vehicle to change lane? Since the vehicle could just increase its speed to create a gap?

Thank you.


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