Scene-Adaptive Off-Road Detection Using a Monocular Camera

@article{Mei2018SceneAdaptiveOD,
  title={Scene-Adaptive Off-Road Detection Using a Monocular Camera},
  author={Jilin Mei and Yufeng Yu and Huijing Zhao and Hongbin Zha},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={242-253}
}
This paper studies vision-based road detection for a robot’s path following in off-road environments. We define the problem as detecting the region in front of the robot that is mechanically traversable (i.e., mechanical traversability), that is apt to be chosen by a human to drive through (i.e., human selection), and that extends for a distance to show the road’s direction, shape, or even network of the intersection ahead (i.e., far-field capability). An algorithm framework is designed that… CONTINUE READING

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