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Autonomous vehicles share information crossing an intersection

Autonomous vehicles can react faster than humans, they have more accurate perception and do not get distracted, sleepy or intoxicated. Autonomous vehicles could also increase the capacity of our current roads by allowing cars to be driven more closely to each other. Accordingly, driverless cars seem to be imminent. One of the challenges with autonomous vehicles is their performance at intersections. This performance directly depends on the level of cooperation between the vehicles.

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