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Recognizing hazardous situations among vehicles in a traffic world

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2 Author(s)
R. Mock-Hecker ; Res. Inst. for Appl. Knowledge Process., Ulm Univ., Germany ; M. Zeller

The use of a hierarchical plan description language to discriminate hazardous traffic situations from safe situations is described. A plan recognition component represents hypotheses about the drivers plans using this plan-description language. A conflict detection component determines conflicts among these plan hypotheses. The first step of conflict detection is done by qualitative reasoning, while the final decision requires quantitative calculation of trajectories. A simulated overtaking scenario illustrates the approach

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AI, Simulation, and Planning in High Autonomy Systems, 1993. Integrating Virtual Reality and Model-Based Environments. Proceedings. Fourth Annual Conference

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20-22 Sep 1993