HSI color model based lane-marking detection

  title={HSI color model based lane-marking detection},
  author={Tsung-Ying Sun and Shang-Jeng Tsai and Vincent Chan},
  journal={2006 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference},
Lane-marking detection is one of the major concerned topics in the field of driving safety and intelligent vehicle. In this paper, a new method using HSI color model for lane-marking detection, HSILMD, is proposed. In HSILMD, full color images are converted into HSI color representation, within the region of interest (ROI) aiming to detect road surface on host vehicle, the difference of intensity distribution of a row of pixels within ROI is recorded and clustered with fuzzy c-means algorithm… CONTINUE READING
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