Adaptive Intelligent Vehicle Modules for Tactical Driving

  title={Adaptive Intelligent Vehicle Modules for Tactical Driving},
  author={Rahul Sukthankar and John A. Hancock and Shumeet Baluja and Dean Pomerleau and Charles E. Thorpe},
Intelligent vehicles must make real-time tactical level decisions to drive in mixed traffic environments. SAPIENT is a reasoning system that combines high-level task goals with low-level sensor constraints to control simulated and (ultimately) real vehicles like the Carnegie Mellon Navlab robot vans. SAPIENT consists of a number of reasoning modules whose outputs are combined using a voting scheme. The behavior of these modules is directly dependent on a large number of parameters both internal… CONTINUE READING
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