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RADAR-X: An Interactive Interface Pairing Contrastive Explanations with Revised Plan Suggestions [article]

Karthik Valmeekam, Sarath Sreedharan, Sailik Sengupta, Subbarao Kambhampati
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To this end, we present our decision support system RADAR-X that extends RADAR (Grover et al. 2020) by allowing the user to participate in an interactive explanatory dialogue with the system.  ...  Specifically, we allow the user to ask for contrastive explanations, wherein the user can try to understand why a specific plan was chosen over an alternative (referred to as the foil).  ...  Therefore, when RADAR-X presents the plan suggestion, the user does not expect that only one of each of the expected action pairs, i.e.  ... 
arXiv:2011.09644v1 fatcat:yr6woyzs3zdkpnot22btxrwsfq

Evaluation of the Mack Intelligent Vehicle Field Operational Test: September 2006

United States. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Technology Division
This report summarizes the results of an independent evaluation of the Mack FOT, which was performed under a cooperative agreement with Mack Trucks, Inc., in partnership with McKenzie Tank Lines.  ...  The LDWS is a forward-looking, vision-based system that provides the driver an audible warning of a lane departure situation.  ...  X Eaton VORAD EVT-300 Critical Target Range Forward-Looking Radar X Eaton VORAD EVT-300 Critical Target Range Rate Forward-Looking Radar X Eaton VORAD EVT-300 Critical Target Azimuth Forward-Looking  ... 
doi:10.21949/1502705 fatcat:chwmmf5pwneytjhdg7wywbld24


Kenneth Blyth
A topic by topic analysis of the most suitable ways of tackling specific hydrological measurement problems through the use of remote sensing is made and the dissertation concludes with an assessment of  ...  terms of water resources, water supply, effluent disposal and flood prediction and warning are identified and some advantages of incorporating remote sensing into hydrological measurement programmes are suggested  ...  For example, Waite and Macdonald (Ref 315) studied the effects of K-band imaging radar (X ^ 15 mm) on various snow and ice types and found that old perennial f i m appeared as an extremely strong signal  ... 
doi:10.21954/ fatcat:gp5eih7e2vbxhasinkbvg4gr5a