For self-localization, a detailed and reliable map of the environment can be used to relate sensor data to static features with known locations. This paper presents a method for construction of detailed radar maps that describe
Lundgren, Malin and Svensson, Lennart and Hammarstrand, Lars
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol. 64(6), pp. 1391-1404.
This paper addresses the mapping problem. Using a conjugate prior form, we derive the exact theoretical batch multiobject posterior density of the map given a set of measurements. The landmarks in the map are modeled as
Fatemi M, Granström K, Svensson L, Ruiz F JR, Hammarstrand L
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing ( Volume: 65 , Issue: 11)
Autonomous vehicles are slowly becoming reality thanks to the efforts of many academic and industrial organizations. Due to the complexity of the software powering these systems and the dynamicity of the development processes, an architectural solution
Giaimo, Federico and Berger, Christian and Kirchner, Crispin
Software Architecture: 11th European Conference, ECSA 2017, Canterbury, UK, September 11-15, 2017, Proceedings
Message exchange between distributed software components in cyber-physical systems is a frequent and resource-demanding activity. Existing data description languages simply map user-specified messages literally to the system implementation creating the data stream that is exchanged between
Yin, Hang and Giaimo, Federico and Andrade, Hugo and Berger, Christian and Crnkovic, Ivica
Establishing and mastering continuous experimentation as an instrument in the portfolio of software product managers is of growing importance resulting in continuous renewal of products for continuous user satisfaction. Product managers for purely software-based products like
Giaimo, Federico and Yin, Hang and Berger, Christian and Crnkovic, Ivica
Proceedings of the Scientific Workshop Proceedings of XP2016
The software powering today's vehicles surpasses mechatronics as the dominating engineering challenge due to its fast evolving and innovative nature. In addition, the software and system architecture for upcoming vehicles with automated driving functionality is already
Giaimo, Federico and Berger, Christian
Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Architecture (ICSA)
Objective: To investigate the influence of prior experience with Level 2 automation on additional task performance during manual and Level 2 partially automated driving. Background: Level 2 automation is now on the market, but its effects
New in-vehicle information systems are now being commercialized. Despite the expected benefits, some concerns exist that they may overload drivers’ capacity and decrease performance. According to the multiple resource theory (Wickens, Hum Factors 50:449–455, https://doi.org/10.1518/001872008X288394 ,
Research on partially automated driving has revealed relevant problems with driving performance, particularly when drivers’ intervention is required (e.g., take-over when automation fails). Mental fatigue has commonly been proposed to explain these effects after prolonged automated
Solís-Marcos, I., Galvao-Carmona, A., Kircher, A.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11.
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