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Simulation Tools

AuthorsBrazález, Alfonso; Matey, Luis; Núñez, Borja; Paúl, Ana; Sánchez-Medina, J. J.; Arnay, R.; Artuñedo, Antonio ; Campos-Cordobés, Sergio; Villagrá, Jorge ; López, Antonio M.; Vázquez, David; Villalonga, Gabriel
KeywordsDriving simulator
Traffic simulation
Macroscopic simulation
Issue Date15-Sep-2017
CitationIntelligent Vehicles: Enabling Technologies and Future Developments (10): 395-436 (2018)
AbstractSimulation can enable several developments in the field of intelligent vehicles. This chapter is divided into three main subsections. The first one deals with driving simulators. The continuous improvement of hardware performance is a well-known fact that is allowing the development of more complex driving simulators. The immersion in the simulation scene is increased by high fidelity feedback to the driver. In the second subsection, traffic simulation is explained as well as how it can be used for intelligent transport systems. Finally, it is rather clear that sensor-based perception and action must be based on data-driven algorithms. Simulation could provide data to train and test algorithms that are afterwards implemented in vehicles. These tools are explained in the third subsection.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-812800-8.00010-2
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