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'''Object and Event Detection and Response''' ('''OEDR''') is
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{{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>}}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:39, 19 October 2018

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An Object and Event Detection and Response (OEDR) is

[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.[1]
[t]he subtasks of the DDT that include monitoring the driving environment (detecting, recognizing, and classifying 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).[2]

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