• Computer Science
  • Published 2013

Pedestrian behavior analysis using 110-car naturalistic driving data in USA

@inproceedings{Yang2013PedestrianBA,
  title={Pedestrian behavior analysis using 110-car naturalistic driving data in USA},
  author={Kai Yun Yang and Feng Jiang and Pingge Jiang and Renran Tian and Michele Luzetski and Yaobin Chen and Rini Sherony and Hiroyuki Takahashi},
  year={2013}
}
The research objective of this work was to understand pedestrians’ behavior and interaction with vehicles during pre-crash scenarios that provides critical information on how to improve pedestrian safety. In this study, we recruited 110 cars and their drivers in the greater Indianapolis area for a one year naturalistic driving study starting in March 2012. The drivers were selected based on their geographic, demographic, and driving route representativeness. We used off-the-shelf vehicle black… CONTINUE READING

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