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4 Author(s)
Fletcher, L. ; Australian Nat. Univ., ACT, Australia ; Apostoloff, N. ; Petersson, L. ; Zelinsky, A.

At the Australian National University's Intelligent Vehicle Project, we are developing subsystems for: driver fatigue or inattention detection; pedestrian spotting; blind-spot checking and merging assistance to validate whether sufficient clearance exists between cars; driver feedback for lane keeping; computer-augmented vision (that is, lane boundary or vehicle highlighting on a head-up display); traffic sign detection and recognition; and human factors research aids Systems that perform such supporting tasks are generally called driver assistance systems (DAS). We believe that implementing DAS could prevent similar accidents or at least reduce their severity.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 3 )