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 Title & Authors
Driver's Functions Definition in System of Systems Surrounding Automated Vehicles
Kinoshita, Satoko; Yun, Sunkil; Kitamura, Noriyasu; Nishimura, Hidekazu;
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 Abstract
This paper addresses the definition of the driver's functions for an automated vehicle of level 3, as defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers. By combining the constituent systems surrounding the automated vehicles in specific use cases, their interactions could be refined in a stepwise approach. This approach enables traceability of interactions between drivers, automated driving systems, and other constituent systems.
 Keywords
System of Systems;Systems Engineering;Automated Vehicle;System Modeling Language;
 Language
English
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