|START: A Framework for Trusted and Resilient Autonomous Vehicles (Practical Experience Report)|
From delivering groceries and vital medical supplies to driving trucks and passenger vehicles, society is becoming increasingly reliant on autonomous vehicles (AVs), It is therefore vital that these systems be resilient to adversarial actions, perform mission-critical functions despite known and unknown vulnerabilities, and protect and repair themselves during or after operational failures and cyber-attacks.
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2022 IEEE 33rd International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE)
Charlotte, NC, USA
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