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Author(s) Title Abstract Publication Date
S.C.A. Thomopoulos, Y.E. Papelis, R. Tam, L. Nelson, D. PougouliasDesign of an integrated robot design and simulation system
Conference paper
(None listed)5/1/1988
S.C.A. Thomopoulos, Y.E. Papelis, R. TamIRODESS: Integrated Robot Design and Simulation System
Conference paper
(None listed)12/1/1989
Y. PapelisTerrain modeling issues for high fidelity ground vehicle simulators
Conference paper
Distributed interactive simulation (DIS) involves a large number of geographically dispersed operator-in-the-loop simulators interacting in the same virtual environment. Recently, the ability of DIS i ...12/7/1994
Y. Papelis, S. BahauddinLogical modeling of roadway environments to support real-time simulation of autonomous traffic
Conference paper
(None listed)7/13/1995
J. Cremer, J. Kearney, Y. PapelisDriving Simulation: Challenges for VR Technology
Journal paper
(None listed)9/1/1996
S. Allen, S. Bahauddin, Y. PapelisCorrelated data base generation for driving simulation
Conference paper
(None listed)5/18/1997
E. Haug, J. Cremer, Y. Papelis, R. Ranganathan, D. SolisVirtual proving ground simulation for vehicle design
Conference paper
(None listed)9/13/1998
Y. Papelis, O. Ahmad, B. DunningtonMicroscopic simulation and visualization of traffic in complex intersections
Conference paper
(None listed)1/1/1999
Yiannis E. Papelis, Tad GatesAn Architecture for Distributed Virtual Proving Ground Applications
Conference paper
The advent of high-speed computing and the maturity of driving simulation technology have facilitated the development of high-fidelity simulators and virtual reality systems that are increasingly used ...3/30/2000
Omar Ahmad, Yiannis E. PapelisAn Autonomous Driver Model for the Overtaking Maneuver for Use in Microscopic Traffic Simulation
Conference paper
Autonomous driver models are widely used in driving simulators as an integral part of microscopic traffic simulation within the virtual environment. Realistic and believable driver models significantl ...6/21/2000
Tad GatesGlobal Data Dictionary Specification and User Interface Documentation
Software manual
The Global Data Dictionary (GDD) is a communication software architecture designed to facilitate the networking of simulation resources such as high-speed computing, operator-in-the-loop simulators, c ...6/21/2000
Matthew C. Schikore, Yiannis E. Papelis, Ginger S. WatsonAdvanced Tools for Graphical Authoring of Dynamic Virtual Environments at the National Advanced Driving Simulator
Conference paper
As the use of driving simulators becomes commonplace in various disciplines, there is increased demand for user-friendly tools that allow researchers with no expertise in software development to effec ...6/27/2000
J. Cremer, Y. Papelis, Yefei HeDynamic terrain for real-time driving simulation
Conference paper
(None listed)7/10/2000
Yiannis E. Papelis, Omar AhmadA Comprehensive Microscopic Autonomous Driver Model for Use in High-Fidelity Driving Simulation Environments
Conference paper
Driving simulation is an invaluable tool for conducting driving-related research. In any virtual driving environment, autonomous traffic is necessary to complete the driver's immersive experience. The ...8/1/2000
G. Watson, Y. PapelisThe Iowa Driving Simulator: Using simulation for human performance measurement
Book chapter
(None listed)1/1/2001
Yiannis PapelisOverview of Candidate Technical Topics for a Human-in-the-Loop Driving Simulation Course
Conference paper
(None listed)1/1/2001
Y. Papelis, O. Ahmad, M. SchikoreScenario Definition and Control for the National Advanced Driving Simulator
Conference paper
The National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) is a high fidelity simulator developed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and located at the University of Iowa. The NADS is a ...6/4/2001
Shawn Allen, Corey BruseDevelopment of realistic microscopic terrain surfaces and features for driving simulation environments
Conference paper
The successful immersion of drivers within a simulation scenario is dependant upon a number of factors. One significant factor is the visual scene (database) constructed to represent the simulation en ...9/1/2001
O. Ahmad, Y. Papelis, S. Bulusu, V. GadeAutomatic Learning by Autonomous Driver Agents as Applied to Performing Realistic Lane Change Maneuvers
Conference paper
High-fidelity driving simulators immerse a driver in a highly realistic virtual environment for the purpose of studying human driving behavior in a realistic yet safe setting. Many factors contribute ...9/21/2001
Y. Papelis, O. Ahmad, H. GermanAdaptive Controllers for Vehicle Velocity Control for Microscopic Traffic Simulation Models
Conference paper
(None listed)3/10/2003
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