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From the SelectedWorks of

@inproceedings{Tsao2013FromTS,
  title={From the SelectedWorks of},
  author={H-S. Jacob Tsao},
  year={2013}
}
Pros and cons of various mature Automated Highway Systems (AHS) have been a subject of intense study. However. such discussions are nothing but intellectual exercises unless the issue of how to evolve. in a planned and managed fashion, the current highway systems towards these mature AHS is also addressed. Since full functionality of a mature AHS cannot be realized suddenly. discrete functional steps must be identified and optimized. This paper defines an evolutionary stage towards a mature AHS… 

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