As driverless vehicles becoming more and more popular due to the development of artificial intelligence, human beings will gradually get free from the vehicle driving. However, unexpected oscillations may happen due to the unfamiliarity of the vehicle configuration when humans want to drive themselves, even the vehicle itself is stable. These driver-induced-oscillations are similar with the pilot-induced-oscillations (PIO) which is generally related with actuator rate limit in the aircraft systems. Thus, this study attempts to review the PIO issue briefly and provide a guidance to solve the potential human-in-the-loop unmanned driving challenge associated with rate limit effect.

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