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We present a technique, designated as dynamic maximum tree depth, for avoiding excessive growth of tree-based GP individuals during the evolutionary process. This technique introduces a dynamic tree depth limit, very similar to the Koza-style strict limit except in two aspects: it is initially set with a low value; it is increased when needed to accommodate(More)
Driver Assistance Systems have achieved a high level of maturity in the latest years. As an example of that, sophisticated pedestrian protection systems are already available in a number of commercial vehicles from several OEMs. However, accurate pedestrian path prediction is needed in order to go a step further in terms of safety and reliability, since it(More)
The future of intelligent vehicles will rely on robust information to allow the proper feedback to the vehicle itself, to issue several kinds of active safety, but before all, to generate information for the driver by calling his or her attention to potential instantaneous or mid-term risks associated with the driving. Before true vehicle autonomy, safety(More)
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