Compensating Background for Noise due to Camera Vibration in Uncalibrated-Camera-Based Vehicle Speed Measurement System

@article{Nguyen2011CompensatingBF,
  title={Compensating Background for Noise due to Camera Vibration in Uncalibrated-Camera-Based Vehicle Speed Measurement System},
  author={Thuy Tuong Nguyen and Xuan Dai Pham and Ji-Ho Song and Seunghun Jin and Dongkyun Kim and Jae Wook Jeon},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={60},
  pages={30-43}
}
Vision-based vehicle speed measurement (VSM) is one of the most convenient methods available in intelligent transportation systems. Existing methods use an uncalibrated camera to measure vehicle speed, but they do not consider the possibility of camera vibration that leads to poor measurement results. This paper considers the issue when the camera is tilted downward and mounted at a fixed location on a bridge crossing the target street. The camera may vibrate due to wind or bridge movement. A… CONTINUE READING
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