VTI särtryck 355 A · 2004 Electrooculogram Analysis and Development of a System for Defining Stages of Drowsiness

  title={VTI s{\"a}rtryck 355 A · 2004 Electrooculogram Analysis and Development of a System for Defining Stages of Drowsiness},
  author={Birgitta Thorslund},
Electrooculogram (EOG) analysis has been used to detect drowsiness stages, using data from experiments performed in the VTI driving simulator. The suitability of the existing method for blink detection in the EOG signal was evaluated in a preliminary study. Longer blinks recognized in the signal were compared to those identified in video recordings from the same experiment. All long blinks were not found in the signal, but still enough to consider data appropriate. The method to detect… CONTINUE READING


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