Verified inference engine for autonomy

By | October 10, 2018

<p id=”p-0001″ num=”0000″>An autonomous vehicle system includes one or more output devices, one or more input sources, and a controller. In some embodiments, a verified inference engine is used by the controller to generate outputs for the output devices from inputs received from the input sources. The inference engine may be verified to be mathematically correct with an automated theorem proving tool. The automated theorem proving tool may verify that the inference engine meets the design requirements of standards such as DO-178C Level A and/or EAL-7. The controller is configured to validate the inputs received from the input sources, store the validated inputs in a fact base, generate outputs from the validated inputs, validate the one or more outputs, and provide the one or more validated outputs to the output devices.</p>

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