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Database Architecture for Autonomous Transportation Agents for On-Scene Networked Incident Management (ATON)

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Database Architecture for Autonomous Transportation Agents for On-Scene Networked Incident Management (ATON)
A collection of distributed databases forms an important architectural component of the ATON project for networked incidence management of highway traffic. The database sub-architecture supports the architectural integration of many thematic areas of the ATON, and many high level abstractions that semantically correspond to traffic incidents. These databases are queried for the detection of local or distributed traffic incidents by many distributed control and analysis ms. The abstract database sub-architecture leads to many concrete databases of different types having different functions. The semantic event/activity database is one of them. The distributed multi-sensory subarchitecture detects atomic semantic events that occur in the environment. The event/activity database stores them and their temporal structures. An activity is a temporal composition of atomic events. A specialized query language is used to flexibly define and detect activities of interest. The query language embo...
Mohan M. Trivedi, Shailendra K. Bhonsle, Amarnath
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICPR
Authors Mohan M. Trivedi, Shailendra K. Bhonsle, Amarnath Gupta
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