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Specification and Validation of Autonomous Driving Systems: A Multilevel Semantic Framework

@article{Bozga2021SpecificationAV,
  title={Specification and Validation of Autonomous Driving Systems: A Multilevel Semantic Framework},
  author={Marius Bozga and Joseph Sifakis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.06478}
}
Autonomous Driving Systems (ADS) are critical dynamic reconfigurable agent systems whose specification and validation raises extremely challenging problems. The paper presents a multilevel semantic framework for the specification of ADS and discusses associated validation problems. The framework relies on a formal definition of maps modeling the physical environment in which vehicles evolve. Maps are directed metric graphs whose nodes represent positions and edges represent segments of roads… Expand

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