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README.md

Self Driving Car Behavioral Cloning

This project uses a convolutional neural network to clone driving behavior (from a driving simulator). The input were frames from a recorded video and the output was the steering angle. Read more about the project here. Check out the model running through the final 2 corners of the test track; the video is not the best quality!

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Below is an example of the output driving from the model that was built using Keras with a Tensorflow backend. The model architecture was adapted from NVIDIA's End to End Learning for Self-Driving Cars paper.

Layer Description
Input 80x320x3 YUV Image
Normalization Normalize batch
Convolution 5x5 2x2 stride, valid padding, outputs 38x158x24
ELU activation
Convolution 5x5 2x2 stride, valid padding, outputs 17x77x36
ELU activation
Convolution 5x5 2x2 stride, valid padding, outputs 7x37x48
ELU activation
Convolution 3x3 1x1 stride, valid padding, outputs 5x35x64
ELU activation
Convolution 3x3 1x1 stride, valid padding, outputs 3x33x64
ELU activation
Dropout 0.5 keep probablility (training)
Flatten
Fully connected 3168 input, 100 output
Fully connected 100 input, 50 output
Fully connected 50 input, 10 output
Output 10 input, 1 output

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Using a driving simulator to train a neural network to imitate human driving behavior

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