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High Level Sensor Data Fusion Approaches For Object Recognition In Road Environment

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5 Author(s)
Floudas, N. ; Inst. of Commun. & Comput. Syst., Athens ; Polychronopoulos, A. ; Aycard, O. ; Burlet, J.
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Application of high level fusion approaches demonstrate a sequence of significant advantages in multi sensor data fusion and automotive safety fusion systems are no exception to this. High level fusion can be applied to automotive sensor networks with complementary or/and redundant field of views. The advantage of this approach is that it ensures system modularity and allows benchmarking, as it does not permit feedbacks and loops inside the processing. In this paper two specific high level data fusion approaches are described including a brief architectural and algorithmic presentation. These approaches differ mainly in their data association part: (a) track level fusion approach solves it with the point to point association with emphasis on object continuity and multidimensional assignment, and (b) grid based fusion approach that proposes a generic way to model the environment and to perform sensor data fusion. The test case for these approaches is a multi sensor equipped PReVENT/ProFusion2 truck demonstrator vehicle.

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Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2007 IEEE

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13-15 June 2007

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