Conformance Testing as a Tool for Designing Connected Vehicle Functions
Date: Thu, December 13, 2018
Room: Social Data Lab 0.E220
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) are taking a central position in the landscape of intelligent mobility, and their rigorous verification and validation is one of the main challenges in their public deployment and social acceptance. Conformance testing is a rigorous verification technique that has been widely tried in various critical applications. In this talk, we examine the adaptations and extensions of the notions of conformance and model-based testing techniques that make them suitable for application in the CAV domain. We present how the extended techniques can be used in the design of connected vehicle functions and verify various design decisions.
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