Japanese road signs recognition using neural networks

@article{Yamamoto2013JapaneseRS,
  title={Japanese road signs recognition using neural networks},
  author={Jumpei Yamamoto and Stephen Karungaru and Kenji Terada},
  journal={The SICE Annual Conference 2013},
  year={2013},
  pages={1144-1150}
}
Recently, traffic accidents are increasing because of driver's inattentiveness to the road signs. In this work, in order to assist drivers, we propose a recognition system for road signs using neural networks. We first segment road sign regions using color and shape features to get the location information. The initial sign recognition uses template matching. However, since this did not produce satisfactory results, a neural network is used to learn and recognize the signs. A variety of… CONTINUE READING
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