Dynamic-preserving qualitative motion description for intelligent vehicles


Planning, acting, and recognizing intentions of participants in traffic situations requires the processing of complex spatio-temporal situations. If spatio-temporal information was represented quantitatively it would result in a huge amount of data. We claim that an abstraction to a qualitative description leads to more stable representations as similar situations at the quantitative level are mapped to one qualitative representation. Our approach is evaluated by emulating traffic situations with settings in the Robocup small-sized league.

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@article{Miene2004DynamicpreservingQM, title={Dynamic-preserving qualitative motion description for intelligent vehicles}, author={Andrea Miene and A. D. Lattner and Ute Visser and Oliver Herzog}, journal={IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2004}, year={2004}, pages={642-646} }