OpenPASS Documentation

The OpenPASS (Open Platform for Assessment of Safety Systems) tool is a developed framework for the simulation of interaction between traffic participants to evaluate and parametrize active safety systems. The simulation is based on a specific situation configuration and can contain several simulation runs, which differ due to random parameters.

The software suite of openPASS started as a set of stand-alone applications, which can be installed and configured individually. Over time, especially the graphical user interface evolved to a single entry point, enabling the average user to use openPASS as a “monolithic” tool.

This guide contains information about installation, configuration and usage of all tools in the OpenPASS environment.

The GUI lets the user configure the simulation and generate configuration files from all set parameters. Based on these the simulation core calculates different simulation runs and compiles trace files for further processing.

Other Information

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Add GUI installation guide.

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/installation_guide/10_gui_installation_guide.rst, line 15.)

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Add PCM installation guide.

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/installation_guide/21_pcm_installation_guide.rst, line 15.)

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Create GUI user guide

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Move Inputs, Outputs, and Components to their own master section

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/user_guide/20_sim_user_guide.rst, line 153.)

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The configuration is still “itchy”, as Qt creator changes the interface with every version

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/installation_guide/sim_installation_guide/ides/20_qt_creator.rst, line 71.)

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The configuration is still “itchy”, as Qt creator changes the interface with every version

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/installation_guide/sim_installation_guide/ides/20_qt_creator.rst, line 99.)

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Check description of Delta

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/user_guide/sim_user_guide/components/driver.rst, line 46.)

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Add basic example

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In what way do scenario agents deviate from the standard?

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What is an EntitySelection?

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Write a paragraph about the concept “Trajectories, OSC Actions, and so” in the developer zone.

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/user_guide/sim_user_guide/input/scenario.rst, line 580.)

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Write a paragraph in the developer zone about the concept “wrapping FMUs” and the “OSMP FMU”

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/user_guide/sim_user_guide/input/scenario.rst, line 755.)

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Write a paragraph in the developer zone about the concept “Component State Change”

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/user_guide/sim_user_guide/input/scenario.rst, line 786.)

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The concept Cyclics and the DataStore needs further explanation. We also need a way to better communicate, who is publishing what. This should directly come out of the source code, to keep the documentation up to date.

(The original entry is located in /home/cloud/simopenpass/build/doc/source/user_guide/sim_user_guide/output/observation_log.rst, line 58.)