An Effective Method of Head lamp and Tail Lamp Recognition for Night Time Vehicle Detection

@inproceedings{KimAnEM,
  title={An Effective Method of Head lamp and Tail Lamp Recognition for Night Time Vehicle Detection},
  author={Hyun-Koo Kim and Sagong Kuk and Minkwan Kim and Ho-Youl Jung}
}
vehicles in front of the camera-assisted car during nighttime driving. The proposed method detects vehicles based on detecting vehicle headlights and taillights using techniques of image segmentation and clustering. First, to effectively extract spotlight of interest, a segmentation process based on automatic multi-level threshold method is applied on the road-scene images. Second, to spatial clustering vehicle of detecting lamps, a grouping process based on light tracking and locating vehicle… CONTINUE READING

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