collision probability

collision probability

[kə′lizh·ən ‚präb·ə‚bil·əd·ē]
(physics)
The ratio of the cross section for a given type of collision between two particles to the total cross section for all types of collision between the particles.
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Designed as a fast 8-layers residual network, it produces two outputs for each single input image: a steering angle to keep the drone navigating while avoiding obstacles, and a collision probability to let the drone recognise dangerous situations and promptly react to them.
Algorithms like NCWB which overcomes the above limitations have a drawback that it does not consider the factor of collision probability in computing CW [8].
On this basis, the report said police have recently taken the approach of targeted policing based on collision probability.
This project observe that there is a high probability of address collision, but the AREQ collision probability is negligible, even for a number of nodes greater than the number of available addresses, due to the use of the identifiers.
The random backoff algorithm is utilized in order to reduce the collision probability.
This information serves as input for calculating evolution and collision probability in most research.
In order to lower collision probability, the instant chosen for transmitting broadcast packets within control cycle must be stochastic.
As soon as a pedestrian is detected, Arcure's device assesses the collision probability.
Indeed, if a node picks its emitting time at the beginning or at the end of the slot, its collision probability gets smaller.
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