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Fri 16 - Fri 23 October 2020
Fri 23 Oct 2020 11:00 - 11:15 at Room B - B6-Verification, Testing and Execution Chair(s): Daniel Strüber

Ensuring the functional correctness and safety of autonomous vehicles is a major challenge for the automotive industry. However, exhaustive physical test drives are not feasible, as billions of driven kilometers would be required to obtain reliable results. Scenario-based testing is an approach to tackle this problem and reduce necessary test drives by replacing driven kilometers with simulations of relevant or interesting scenarios. These scenarios can be generated or extracted from recorded data with machine learning algorithms or created by experts. In this paper, we propose a novel graphical scenario modeling language. The graphical framework allows experts to create new scenarios or review ones designed by other experts or generated by machine learning algorithms. The scenario description is is modeled as a graph and based on behavior trees. It supports different abstraction levels of scenario description during software and test development. Additionally, the graph-based structure provides modularity and reusable sub-scenarios, an important use case in scenario modeling. A graphical visualization of the scenario enhances comprehensibility for different users. The presented approach eases the scenario creation process and increases the usage of scenarios within development and testing processes.

Fri 23 Oct
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11:00 - 12:15: Technical Track - B6-Verification, Testing and Execution at Room B
Chair(s): Daniel StrüberRadboud University Nijmegen
models-2020-technical-track11:00 - 11:15
models-2020-technical-track11:15 - 11:30
Simin Cai, Barbara GallinaMälardalen University, Dag Nyström, Cristina SeceleanuMälardalen University
models-2020-technical-track11:30 - 11:45
models-2020-technical-track11:45 - 12:00
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