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Detection and Tracking the Vanishing Point on the Horizon

@inproceedings{Seo2014DetectionAT,
  title={Detection and Tracking the Vanishing Point on the Horizon},
  author={Young-Woo Seo},
  year={2014}
}
In advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving vehicles, many computer vision applications rely on knowing the location of the vanishing point on a horizon. The horizontal vanishing point’s location provides important information about driving environments, such as the instantaneous driving direction of roadway, sampling regions of the drivable regions’ image features, and the search direction of moving objects. To detect the vanishing point, many existing methods work frame… 

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