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Simulating Cooperative Systems Applications: a New Complete Architecture

Abstract : For a decade, embedded driving assistance systems were mainly dedicated to the management of short time events (lane departure, collision avoidance, collision mitigation). Recently a great number of projects have been focused on cooperative embedded devices in order to extend environment perception. Handling an extended perception range is important in order to provide enough information for both path planning and co-pilot algorithms which need to anticipate events. To carry out such applications, simulation has been widely used. Simulation is efficient to estimate the benefits of Cooperative Systems (CS) based on Inter-Vehicular Communications (IVC). This paper presents a new and modular architecture built with the SiVIC simulator and the RTMaps™ multi-sensors prototyping platform. A set of improvements, implemented in SiVIC, are introduced in order to take into account IVC modelling and vehicles’ control. These 2 aspects have been tuned with on-road measurements to improve the realism of the scenarios. The results obtained from a freeway emergency braking scenario are discussed.
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Dominique Gruyer, Sébastien Demmel, Brigitte d'Andréa-Novel, Grégoire Larue, Andry Rakotonirainy. Simulating Cooperative Systems Applications: a New Complete Architecture. International journal of advanced computer science and applications (IJACSA), The Science and Information Organization, 2013, 4 (12), pp 171-180. ⟨10.14569/IJACSA.2013.041226⟩. ⟨hal-01072055⟩



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