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== Definitions ==
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== Definition ==
   
 
An '''Object and Event Detection and Response''' ('''OEDR''') is
 
An '''Object and Event Detection and Response''' ('''OEDR''') is
   
 
{{Quote|[t]he perception by the driver or [[system]] of any circumstance that is relevant to the immediate driving task, as well as the appropriate driver or [[system]] response to such circumstance.<ref>[[Federal Automated Vehicles Policy: Accelerating the Next Revolution In Roadway Safety]], at 85.</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[t]he perception by the driver or [[system]] of any circumstance that is relevant to the immediate driving task, as well as the appropriate driver or [[system]] response to such circumstance.<ref>[[Federal Automated Vehicles Policy: Accelerating the Next Revolution In Roadway Safety]], at 85.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[t]he subtasks of the [[DDT]] that include [[monitor]]ing the driving environment ([[detect]]ing, recognizing, and [[classify]]ing objects and events and preparing to respond as needed) and executing an appropriate response to such objects and events (i.e., as needed to complete the [[DDT]] and/or [[DDT fallback]]).<ref>[[Preparing for the Future of Transportation: Automated Vehicles 3.0]], at 46.</ref>}}
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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