EECI 2020: Course Introduction

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This lecture provides an introduction to specification, design and verification of autonomous systems, with a focus on self-driving cars. Multi-layer, networked control systems are a common architecture for control of cyberphysical systems, where a combination of physics-based dynamical behavior is combined with software-enabled functionality. A key challenge in designing such systems is specification, design and verification of control protocols for decision-making and control in networked control systems. In this lecture, we review the system architecture and design patterns used in development and deployment of autonomous vehicles, along with the challenges in obtaining high performance, robust, and safe operations.

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