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CarSim: Automatic 3D Scene Generation of a Car Accident Description

By A. Egges, A. Nijholt and P. Nugues


The problem of generating a 3D simulation of a car accident from a written description can be divided into two subtasks: the linguistic analysis and the virtual scene generation. As a means of communication between these two system parts, we designed a template formalism to represent a written accident report. The CarSim system processes formal descriptions of accidents and creates corresponding 3D simulations. A planning component models the trajectories and temporal values of every vehicle that is involved in the accident. Two algorithms plan the simulation of the accident. The CarSim system contains algorithms for planning collisions with static objects, as well as algorithms for modeling accidents consisting of more than one collision and collisions with vehicles which have stopped

Topics: Wiskunde en Informatica
Year: 2001
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