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Running the baselines

Modified 2018-10-15 by Andrea Censi

If you have not done this yet, study the general introduction to the task and the explanation of the performance objectives on these two pages:

Please briefly study the our client-server protocol which is described in our github repository (link below). It details the communication between the Aido-Host container in which the autonomous mobility-on-demand (AMoD) simulation is running and the Aido-Guest container in which you can implement your fleet operational policy:

aido-client-protocol.md

Next, you can use one of the baselines that we provided to understand how an Aido-Guest to manage an AMoD task is actually implemented. We provide one baseline in JAVA and one in Python. Both do not represent well-performing policies but are simply demonstrations of how an Aido-Guest could be implemented, therefore you should rapidly be able to beat their performance.

First thing first, you should run our baselines.

We provide two baselines implementation: Python and Java.

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