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DARPA Urban Challenge Technical Paper: Sydney-Berkeley Driving Team
Ben Upcroft, Michael Moser, Alex Makarenko, David Johnson, Ashod Donikian, Alen Alempijevic, Robert Fitch, Will Uther, Esten Ingar Grøtli, Jan Biermeyer, Humberto Gonzalez, Todd Templeton, Vason P. srini, Jonathan Sprinkle

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Ben Upcroft, Michael Moser, Alex Makarenko, David Johnson, Ashod Donikian, Alen Alempijevic, Robert Fitch, Will Uther, Esten Ingar Grøtli, Jan Biermeyer, Humberto Gonzalez, Todd Templeton, Vason P. srini, Jonathan Sprinkle. "DARPA Urban Challenge Technical Paper: Sydney-Berkeley Driving Team". Technical report, University of Sydney; University of Technology, Sydney; University of California, Berkeley, June, 2007.

Abstract
The Sydney-Berkeley Driving Team is a collaboration between academic and research personnel from (in alphabetical order) the National Information and Communication Technology of Australia, University of California, Berkeley, University of Sydney, and the University of Technology, Sydney. This document describes the planning, actuation, simulation, communication, theoretical tasks, advancements, and projections necessary for the team to compete in the DARPA Urban Challenge. Among our major accomplishments, we claim the ability for distributed code development through the use of our component-based middleware, a high-confidence testbed which was designed and implemented from the ground up by our engineers, prototype testing in months, and robust software design and development allowing a seamless transition between simulation and online testing.

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    Ben Upcroft, Michael Moser, Alex Makarenko, David Johnson,
    Ashod Donikian, Alen Alempijevic, Robert Fitch, Will Uther,
    Esten Ingar Grøtli, Jan Biermeyer, Humberto
    Gonzalez, Todd Templeton, Vason P. srini, Jonathan Sprinkle.
    <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/379.html"
    ><i>DARPA Urban Challenge Technical Paper:
    Sydney-Berkeley Driving Team</i></a>, Technical
    report,  University of Sydney; University of Technology,
    Sydney; University of California, Berkeley, June, 2007.
  • Plain text
    Ben Upcroft, Michael Moser, Alex Makarenko, David Johnson,
    Ashod Donikian, Alen Alempijevic, Robert Fitch, Will Uther,
    Esten Ingar Grøtli, Jan Biermeyer, Humberto
    Gonzalez, Todd Templeton, Vason P. srini, Jonathan Sprinkle.
    "DARPA Urban Challenge Technical Paper: Sydney-Berkeley
    Driving Team". Technical report,  University of Sydney;
    University of Technology, Sydney; University of California,
    Berkeley, June, 2007.
  • BibTeX
    @techreport{UpcroftMoserMakarenkoJohnsonDonikianAlempijevicFitch07_DARPAUrbanChallengeTechnicalPaperSydneyBerkeleyDriving,
        author = {Ben Upcroft and Michael Moser and Alex Makarenko
                  and David Johnson and Ashod Donikian and Alen
                  Alempijevic and Robert Fitch and Will Uther and
                  Esten Ingar Grøtli and Jan Biermeyer and Humberto
                  Gonzalez and Todd Templeton and Vason P. srini and
                  Jonathan Sprinkle},
        title = {DARPA Urban Challenge Technical Paper:
                  Sydney-Berkeley Driving Team},
        institution = {University of Sydney; University of Technology,
                  Sydney; University of California, Berkeley},
        month = {June},
        year = {2007},
        abstract = {The Sydney-Berkeley Driving Team is a
                  collaboration between academic and research
                  personnel from (in alphabetical order) the
                  National Information and Communication Technology
                  of Australia, University of California, Berkeley,
                  University of Sydney, and the University of
                  Technology, Sydney. This document describes the
                  planning, actuation, simulation, communication,
                  theoretical tasks, advancements, and projections
                  necessary for the team to compete in the DARPA
                  Urban Challenge. Among our major accomplishments,
                  we claim the ability for distributed code
                  development through the use of our component-based
                  middleware, a high-confidence testbed which was
                  designed and implemented from the ground up by our
                  engineers, prototype testing in months, and robust
                  software design and development allowing a
                  seamless transition between simulation and online
                  testing.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/379.html}
    }
    

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