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Test framework and key challenges for virtual verification of automated vehicles: the VeriCAV project

Abstract : Virtual simulation is considered a crucial step in assuring the safety of highly automated vehicles. Significant challenges however remain in producing valid evidence of real-world system performance from virtual simulation and doing so in a robust, efficient manner. A system architecture for virtual verification of highly automated vehicles is implemented in the VeriCAV project and described here, with a focus on the interfaces between system elements. The framework includes elements for test generation and assessment, virtual simulation, realistic virtual actors as well as the automated driving system being tested.
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Thomas Levermore, Alan Peters. Test framework and key challenges for virtual verification of automated vehicles: the VeriCAV project. 39th International Conference on Computer Safety, reliability and Security (SAFECOMP), Position Paper, Sep 2020, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-02931723⟩

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