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Anticipatory Driving for a Robot-Car Based on Supervised Learning

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Anticipatory Driving for a Robot-Car Based on Supervised Learning
Abstract. Prediction and Planning are essential elements of successful human driving, making them equally important for autonomously driving systems. Many approaches achieve planning based on built-in world-knowledge. However, we show how a learning-based system can be extended to planning, needing little a priori knowledge. A car-like robot is trained by a human driver by constructing a database, where look ahead sensory information is stored together with action sequences. From that we achieve a novel form of velocity control, based only on information in image coordinates. For steering we employ a two-level approach in which database information is combined with an additional reactive controller. The result is a trajectory planning robot running at real-time, issuing steering and velocity control commands in a human manner. Key words: anticipatory behavior, example based learning, robot car driving, longitudinal control, lateral control, learning from experience
Irene Markelic, Tomas Kulvicius, Minija Tamosiunai
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ABIALS
Authors Irene Markelic, Tomas Kulvicius, Minija Tamosiunaite, Florentin Wörgötter
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