Changes in the Correlation Between Eye and Steering Movements Indicate Driver Distraction

  title={Changes in the Correlation Between Eye and Steering Movements Indicate Driver Distraction},
  author={Lora Yekhshatyan and John D. Lee},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
Driver distraction represents an increasingly important contributor to crashes and fatalities. Technology that can detect and mitigate distraction by alerting distracted drivers could play a central role in maintaining safety. Based on either eye measures or driver performance measures, numerous algorithms to detect distraction have been developed. Combining both eye glance and vehicle data could enhance distraction detection. The goal of this paper is to evaluate whether changes in the eye… CONTINUE READING


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