Departmental Papers (CIS)

Date of this Version

August 2004

Document Type

Conference Paper

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Presented at the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications 2004 (ISDA 2004), Budapest, Hungary, August 26-28, 2004.

Abstract

We describe an approach for high-level modeling behaviors of autonomous vehicles and an infrastructure for executing these behaviors on a particular vehicle platform. The language directly represents behavioral primitives and constraints on their composition. The control infrastructure maps these behavioral primitives on the native vehicle interface in a model-driven fashion. As a result, the user is presented with an abstract motion planning interface that hides the intricate details of the vehicle implementation.

Keywords

Autonomy, model-based design, behavioral modeling

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Date Posted: 12 April 2005

This document has been peer reviewed.