Scene Complexity Scores for Identifying Challenging Scenarios

“Identification of Challenging Highway-Scenarios for the Safety Validation of Automated Vehicles Based on Real Driving Data”, Thomas Ponn, Matthias Breitfuß, Xiao Yu and Frank Diermeyer, Aug 2020
  1. Number of actors in the scene of the region of interest.
  2. Types of actors in the scene of the region of interest.
  3. Individual actors in the scene — velocity, acceleration, deceleration relative to ego-vehicle influence
  4. Maximum & minimum influence of the longitudinal and latitudinal velocity, acceleration, deceleration of actors in the scene.
  5. Mutual space influence in the scene between the traffic actor’s space for understanding the traffic participants possible interactions.
  6. Time headway between ego and actor in longitudinal direction
  7. Time to collision between the ego and surround vehicles.
  8. Possible actions of Ego Vehicle.
Complex and Non-Complex Scene in a Drive Scenario
Complex and Non-Complex Scene in a Drive Scenario

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