Brain Inspired Cognitive Model with Attention for Self-Driving Cars

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Chen, Shitao; Zhang, Songyi; Shang, Jinghao; Chen, Badong; Zheng, Nanning;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition | Computer Science - Robotics

Perception-driven approach and end-to-end system are two major vision-based frameworks for self-driving cars. However, it is difficult to introduce attention and historical information of autonomous driving process, which are the essential factors for achieving human-li... View more
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