A Computationally-efficient Collision Early Warning System for Vehicles , Pedestrians , and Bicyclists

@inproceedings{GreeneACC,
  title={A Computationally-efficient Collision Early Warning System for Vehicles , Pedestrians , and Bicyclists},
  author={Daniel Greene and Juan Liu and Jim Reich and Yukio Hirokawa and Akio Shinagawa and Hayuru Ito and Tatsuo Mikami}
}
We describe a computational architecture of a collision early warning system for vehicles and other principals. Early warnings allow drivers to make good judgments and to avoid emergency stopping or dangerous maneuvering. With many principals (vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, etc) coexisting in a dense intersection, it is difficult to predict even a few seconds in advance, since there are an enormous number of possible scenarios. It is a major challenge to manage computational resources and… CONTINUE READING