Game Theoretic Analysis of Road User Safety Scenarios Involving Autonomous Vehicles
Michieli, Umberto; Badia, Leonardo;
Subject: Computer Science - Computer Science and Game Theory | Computer Science - Logic in Computer Science
Interactions between pedestrians, bikers, and human-driven vehicles have been a major concern in traffic safety over the years. The upcoming age of autonomous vehicles will further raise major problems on whether self-driving cars can accurately avoid accidents; on the ... View more
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