Audrey Robinel

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In this paper, we describe a blood alcohol content estimation prototype based on a comportment analysis performed by artificial neural networks. We asked to subjects that had drunk alcohol to play a video-game after having measured their blood alcohol content with a breathalyser. A racing game was modified so that it could provide various data related to(More)
We instrumented a realistic car simulator to extract low level data related to the driver’s use of the vehicle controls. After proceeding these data, we generated features that were fed to a Multi-Layer Perceptron (MLP) and Support Vector Machines (SVM). Our goal was determine if the driver’s Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) was over 0.4g.l−1 or not, and even(More)
We describe in this paper a new methodology for blood alcohol content (BAC) estimation of a subject. Rather than using external devices to determine the BAC value of a subject, we perform a behaviour analysis of this subject using intelligent systems. We monitor the user’s actions in an ordinary task and label those data to various measured BAC values. The(More)
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