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Detection and Classification of Vehicles From Video Using Multiple Time-Spatial Images

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3 Author(s)
Mithun, N.C. ; Bangladesh Univ. of Eng. & Technol., Dhaka, Bangladesh ; Rashid, N.U. ; Rahman, S.M.M.

Detection and classification of vehicles are two of the most challenging tasks of a video-based intelligent transportation system. Traditional detection and classification methods are computationally highly expensive and become unsuccessful in many cases such as occlusion among the vehicles and when differences between pixel intensities of vehicles and backgrounds are small. In this paper, a novel detection and classification method is proposed using multiple time-spatial images (TSIs), each obtained from a virtual detection line on the frames of a video. Such a use of multiple TSIs provides the opportunity to identify the latent occlusions among the vehicles and to reduce the dependencies of the pixel intensities between the still and moving objects to increase the accuracy of detection performance as well as to achieve an improved classification performance. In order to identify the class of a particular vehicle, a two-step k nearest neighborhood classification scheme is proposed by utilizing the shape-based, shape-invariant, and texture-based features of the segmented regions corresponding to the vehicle appeared in appropriate frames that are determined from the TSIs of the video. Extensive experimentations are carried out in vehicular traffics of varying environments to evaluate the detection and classification performance of the proposed method, as compared with the existing methods. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method provides a significant improvement in counting and classifying the vehicles in terms of accuracy and robustness alongside a substantial reduction of execution time, as compared with that of the other methods.

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Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 2012

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