Implementation of the SmartAHS using SHIFT

  • F . HertschuhbaCalifornia
  • Published 1997


SmartAHS is a speciication, simulation, and evaluation framework for modeling, control and evaluation of Automated Highway Systems (AHS). SmartAHS is developed using SHIFT, a new programming language with simulation semantics. This paper discusses the requirements that have led to the development of SmartAHS and SHIFT, summarizes the main characteristics of the SHIFT language, describes the components of the SmartAHS framework and its application methodology. An example | implementation of a tactical level human driver model | is presented in detail; it is used as a foundation in the studies and evaluation of the partial automation concepts.

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@inproceedings{HertschuhbaCalifornia1997ImplementationOT, title={Implementation of the SmartAHS using SHIFT}, author={F . HertschuhbaCalifornia}, year={1997} }