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Structure-Aware Network for Lane Marker Extraction with Dynamic Vision Sensor

@article{Cheng2020StructureAwareNF,
  title={Structure-Aware Network for Lane Marker Extraction with Dynamic Vision Sensor},
  author={Wensheng Cheng and Haowen Luo and Wen Yang and Lei Yu and Wei Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.06204}
}
Lane marker extraction is a basic yet necessary task for autonomous driving. Although past years have witnessed major advances in lane marker extraction with deep learning models, they all aim at ordinary RGB images generated by frame-based cameras, which limits their performance in extreme cases, like huge illumination change. To tackle this problem, we introduce Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS), a type of event-based sensor to lane marker extraction task and build a high-resolution DVS dataset for… Expand
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