Driver Behavior Analysis for Safe Driving: A Survey

@article{Kaplan2015DriverBA,
  title={Driver Behavior Analysis for Safe Driving: A Survey},
  author={Sinan Kaplan and M. Amaç G{\"u}vensan and Ali G{\"o}khan Yavuz and Yasin Karalurt},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={16},
  pages={3017-3032}
}
Driver drowsiness and distraction are two main reasons for traffic accidents and the related financial losses. Therefore, researchers have been working for more than a decade on designing driver inattention monitoring systems. As a result, several detection techniques for the detection of both drowsiness and distraction have been proposed in the literature. Some of these techniques were successfully adopted and implemented by the leading car companies. This paper discusses and provides a… 
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