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A Novel Lane Detection System With Efficient Ground Truth Generation

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3 Author(s)
Amol Borkar ; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA ; Monson Hayes ; Mark T. Smith

A new night-time lane detection system and its accompanying framework are presented in this paper. The accompanying framework consists of an automated ground truth process and systematic storage of captured videos that will be used for training and testing. The proposed Advanced Lane Detector 2.0 (ALD 2.0) is an improvement over the ALD 1.0 or Layered Approach with integration of pixel remapping, outlier removal, and prediction with tracking. Additionally, a novel procedure to generate the ground truth data for lane marker locations is also proposed. The procedure consists of an original process called time slicing, which provides the user with unique visualization of the captured video and enables quick generation of ground truth information. Finally, the setup and implementation of a database hosting lane detection videos and standardized data sets for testing are also described. The ALD 2.0 is evaluated by means of the user-created annotations accompanying the videos. Finally, the planned improvements and remaining work are addressed.

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IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 1 )