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Finding safe and collision free trajectories in an environment with moving obstacles is central for autonomous vehicles but at the same time a complex task. A reason is that the search space in space-time domain is very complex. This paper proposes a two-step approach where in first step, the search space for trajectory planning is simplified by solving a convex optimization problem formulated as a Support Vector Machine resulting in an obstacle free corridor that is suitable for a trajectory planner. Then, in a second step, a basic A* search strategy is used in the obstacle free search space. Due to the physical model used, the comfort and safety criteria are applied while searching the trajectory. The vehicle rollover prevention is used as a safety criterion and the acceleration, jerk and steering angle limits are used as comfort criteria. For simulations, urban environments with intersections and vehicles as moving obstacles are constructed. The properties of the approach are examined by the simulation results. (C) 2019, IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) Hosting by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

To facilitate the use of advanced fault diagnosis analysis and design techniques to industrial sized systems, there is a need for computer support. This paper describes a Matlab toolbox and evaluates the software on a challenging industrial problem, air-path diagnosis in an automotive engine. The toolbox includes tools for analysis and design of model based diagnosis systems for large-scale differential algebraic models. The software package supports a complete tool-chain from modeling a system to generating C-code for residual generators. Major design steps supported by the tool are modeling, fault diagnosability analysis, sensor selection, residual generator analysis, test selection, and code generation. Structural methods based on efficient graph theoretical algorithms are used in several steps. In the automotive diagnosis example, a diagnosis system is generated and evaluated using measurement data, both in fault-free operation and with faults injected in the control-loop. The results clearly show the benefit of the toolbox in a model-based design of a diagnosis system. Latest version of the toolbox can be downloaded at (C) 2017, IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) Hosting by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


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