Christian Duchow

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— Autonomous driving in unstructed environments has attracted an unprecedented level of attention when the DARPA announced the Grand Challenge Competitions in 2004 and 2005. Autonomous driving involves (at least) three major subtasks: perception of the environment, path planning and subsequent vehicle control. Whereas the latter has proven a solved problem,(More)
The road recognition problem has been solved robustly only for small, often simplified subsets of possible road configurations. A massive augmentation of the amount of used prior knowledge could pave the way towards generally valid estimators. An explicit representation of such knowledge will additionally lead to an efficient, understandable and therefore(More)
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