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<p>To download, click the zip file that you see further below on this page under "OSF Storage". </p> <p>This software release is an addendum to interACT Deliverable D2.2 (available <a href="https://www.interact-roadautomation.eu/projects-deliverables/" rel="nofollow">here</a>), and provides an implementation of the models developed in interACT WP2, as described in Deliverable D2.2. The software release consists of the following:</p> <ul> <li>A documentation PDF providing instructions for installation and use.</li> <li>A standalone Windows executable for running model simulations via a GUI.</li> <li>The underlying MATLAB code, allowing to build further on the software or to run more complex simulations (e.g., optimisations) programmatically without the GUI.</li> </ul> <p>The interaction models developed in interACT WP2 address two scenario types, shown in the figure below. Both scenarios are of the nature that one crossing road user C intends to cross the path of an approaching vehicle A. The vehicle A may be an automated vehicle (AV), and the main intended use of the software provided here is to study how A’s behaviour affects the behaviour of C as well as the overall outcome of the interaction, for example from efficiency and safety perspectives. For a full description of the models and the empirical work supporting them, see interACT Deliverable D2.2.</p> <p><img alt="illustration of one scenario with a pedestrian C about to cross a zebra crossing, and one scenario with a car C about to turn across an oncoming traffic lane at an intersection, in both cases with an approaching car A" src="https://files.osf.io/v1/resources/49awh/providers/osfstorage/5dc3715fbb21c7000d88f3c7?mode=render"></p>
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