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DARPA Technical Paper: Team Caltech

@inproceedings{Murray2005DARPATP,
  title={DARPA Technical Paper: Team Caltech},
  author={R. Murray and J. Burdick and P. Perona and L. Cremean and K. Kriechbaum and Samuel T. Pfister and Tully Foote and J. Gillula and Jeffrey C. Lamb and Alexander D. Stewart and Lyudmil Antonov and Henry Barnor and Ryan Cable and E. Cady and K. Cossel and Adam Craig and J. Donovan and Kevin Duncklee and Ryan Farmer and J. Feingold and Ken Fisher and Laura Fishman and Marie Goransson and Robert J. Grogan and Lily Gruenke and B. Heyneman and G. Hines and E. Johansson and Tony Kelman and Dima Kogan and Jeremy Leibs and Gustov Lindstrom and L. Lindzey and L. Nystrom and Ben Pickett and Harmon Pollack and Tami Reyda and D. Rosen and Ben Sexson and Alan W. Somers and D. Soudek and Chris Wetzel and Lusann Yang and J. Yosinski},
  year={2005}
}
Team Caltech consists of over 50 undergraduates who have worked to conceive, design, build and optimize Alice, our entry in the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge. Alice utilizes a highly networked control system architecture to provide high performance, autonomous driving in unknown environments. Innovations include a vehicle designed for testing and racing in harsh environments, a highly sensory-driven approach to fuse sensor data into speed maps used by real-time trajectory optimization algorithms… Expand
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