2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC) 2018
DOI: 10.1109/itsc.2018.8569544
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Distributed Real-Time Traffic Simulation for Autonomous Vehicle Testing in Urban Environments

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“…It is possible to define path and motion sequences for pedestrians, but an absence of pedestrian behavior models is prevalent. The simulation of Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs) and their interaction with automated vehicles becomes particularly important for validating automated driving functions in urban environments [18]. Even though MomenTUM was not initially tailored towards the validation of driving functions, the framework with its already implemented behavior models can be used to evaluate new behavior modeling approaches.…”
Section: Runtime Of the Environment Simulationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…It is possible to define path and motion sequences for pedestrians, but an absence of pedestrian behavior models is prevalent. The simulation of Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs) and their interaction with automated vehicles becomes particularly important for validating automated driving functions in urban environments [18]. Even though MomenTUM was not initially tailored towards the validation of driving functions, the framework with its already implemented behavior models can be used to evaluate new behavior modeling approaches.…”
Section: Runtime Of the Environment Simulationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…At the strategic level, the pedestrian's target selection is modeled using an Origin-Destination (OD) matrix with its respective areas shown in Figure 8. Since the objective of this work is to research road space modeling, we refer to Sippl et al for a more detailed discussion on the used behavior models [18].…”
Section: Runtime Of the Environment Simulationmentioning
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“…Sippl et al [29] developed a distributed real-time traffic simulation for autonomous vehicle testing in urban environments. In their model, the synchronization of the Automotive Data and Time Triggered Framework instance and the traffic simulation in Virtual Test Drive is done by the connection toolbox to synchronize Electronic Control Unit and Runtime Data Bus/Simulation Control Protocol data exchange.…”
Section: Paramics Domain Decompositionmentioning
confidence: 99%