The final class projects will be on a topic related to Autonomous or Self-Driving Car technology. The objectives are to study an aspect of the Autonomous Car technologies, perhaps extend or explore the technology and present your findings to the class.
The required submissions are :
_ A Class presentation using Power point slides
A written report using Word or LaTeX
A code on the web using GitHub or MATLAB code zip file
Your project report (80 % of the project grade) will be graded according to this list.
An abstract. (Summary of what you did and your new results). [10 ]
An introduction. (What problem did you try to solve ?). [15 ]
Methods (theory and/or simulations). [15pts.]
Results (what did you find out or conclude ?). [50pts.]
References of published related material. [10 ]
Python, MATLAB or “C” code or other software (give a Zip file) or put on
Possible Project Topics
MATLAB ADAS Toolbox Autonomous Car Applications Projects
You will be using the MATLAB ADAS Toolbox working on various Demo examples You will need to know about MATLAB, ADAS and other related Toolboxes for the software development.
Apollo v3.0 or v3.5 Autonomous Car Module Applications Projects
You will be using Apollo and working on various Modules of the software.
You will need to know about Apollo, Github and Python and “C” software development.
The project will be to make changes to the module, compile and run Apollo using the Simulators or real time data and show the results of the changes you made to the software.
Here are some Apollo Modules you can work on:
Machine Learning Applied to Computer Vision Tasks of Perception
PSPNet (Pyramid Scene Parsing Network)
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