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23 June 2000 Scene interpretation and behavior planning for driver assistance
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The scene interpretation and the behavior planning of a vehicle in real world traffic is a difficult problem to be solved. If different hierarchies of tasks and purposes are built to structure the behavior of a driver, complex systems can be designed. But finally behavior planning in vehicles can only influence the controlled variables: steering, angle and velocity. In this paper a scene interpretation and a behavior planning for a driver assistance system aiming on cruise control is proposed. In this system the controlled variables are determined by an evaluation of the dynamics of a two-dimensional neural field for scene interpretation and two one-dimensional neural fields controlling steering angle and velocity. The stimuli of the fields are determined according to the sensor information.
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Uwe Handmann, Iris M. Leefken, and W. von Seelen "Scene interpretation and behavior planning for driver assistance", Proc. SPIE 4023, Enhanced and Synthetic Vision 2000, (23 June 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.389343
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