Our wheel steering Vs Front wheel Steering

A comparison between adaptive 4 wheel steering and the traditional front wheel steering in cars.
The comparison should be done using MatLab, on three different levels. these levels are the Yaw rate, Lateral Acceleration and Roll angle.
All equations should be modeled separately and to both the four wheel and two wheel steering.

Note that the four wheel steering has two modes, below 40km/h as the tires turn opposite to the front ones and above 40 km/h (they turn the same direction) as the front one also known as [crab walk]

The Mat Lab code and output graphs should be included in the final report.

The graphs generated by MatLab. should be what the report analysis. and the 4000 words should be written on the comparison out come. (4 wheel steering) is better in all cases and that is what the report should show to know that the work is right.
The modeling should be done in three separate steps:

1-Four wheel steering vs front wheel steering. using the Yaw Rate as a comparison(four wheel steering has two cases above and below 40 km/h as the tire direction differs -mentioned in topic description-)

2Four wheel steering vs front wheel steering. using Lateral Acceleration as a comparison(four wheel steering has two cases above and below 40 km/h as the tire direction differs -mentioned in topic description-)

3-Four wheel steering vs front wheel steering. using the roll angle as a comparison(four wheel steering has two cases above and below 40 km/h as the tire direction differs -mentioned in topic description-)

The MatLab code MUST BE ADDED as an appendix. AND THE GRAPHS ATTACHED.
and the GRAPHS ANALYSED AND COMPARED in a 3000 WORDS REPORT. 1000 ON EACH OF THE CASES ABOVE.