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2009 12th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

Date 4-7 Oct. 2009

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  • Welcome message from conference general chair

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  • Welcome message from conference program chair

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  • Program at a glance

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  • Committees

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  • Smart grid and electric transportation

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  • IEEE ITSC 2009 — List of exhibitors

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  • On the way to intelligent sustainable mobility

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  • Book of abstracts

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    Summary form only given. Provides an abstract for each of the presentations in the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • Table of contents

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  • Driver's cognitive distraction detection using physiological features by the adaboost

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    Effects of driver's states adaptive driving support systems is highly expected for the prevention of traffic accidents. In order to create this constituent technology, detecting driver's psychosomatic states which occurs just before a traffic accident is essential. Therefore driver's distraction is thought as one of important factors. This study focused on detecting driver's cognitive distraction,... View full abstract»

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  • Dangerous driving condition analysis in driver assistance systems

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    This study presents a new method of analyzing whether a vehicle is in a dangerous driving condition while travelling along a highway. We use data from various sensors installed on the vehicle, which represent the driving attributes associated with a particular driving scenario, as inputs to our system. However, as some of these sensors may be dependent on each other, using redundant attributes to ... View full abstract»

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  • Optimal path in dynamic and stochastic networks

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    In transportation, the path finding problem is usually defined as the shortest path (SP) problem in deterministic terms (distance, deterministic cost, etc.). However, in real life situation, many information are uncertainty (travel time, travel cost or combination of criteria). In this paper we present a formulation for the multi-objective paths problem in dynamic and stochastic networks. In order... View full abstract»

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  • Night-time vehicle classification with an embedded, vision system

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    The paper presents night-time vehicle classification using an embedded vision system based on an optical transient sensor. This neuromorphic sensor features an array of 128times128 pixels that respond to relative light intensity changes with low latency and high dynamic range. The proposed algorithm exploits the temporal resolution and sparse representation of the data, delivered by the sensor in ... View full abstract»

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  • Real-time approaching vehicle detection in blind-spot area

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    Detecting objects (including all kinds of vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians) accurately and efficiently is an essential issue in blind-spot information system (BLIS). To meet these requirements, this paper presents an image-based method to detect approaching objects in blind-spot area and proposes a verification method by using the recorded video database from real traffic environment. By taking... View full abstract»

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  • A meothod for multi-target range and velocity detection in automotive FMCW radar

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    FMCW(frequency modulation continuous wave) radar has many useful applications but a serious problems can occur in multi-target situations. Range-velocity processing should suppress so-called ghost targets and detect missing targets presented by beat frequency shift with Doppler frequency. In this paper, a new method is proposed for effective identification of the correct pairs of beat frequencies ... View full abstract»

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  • Modeling single-route bus service with information environment: A multi-agent based approach

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    This paper studied the characteristics of bus serving process, explored the way passengers cognize and perceive the bus service, as well as their response to information conditions. A multi agent based model was proposed for the purpose of simulating bus serving process and estimating performance of single-route bus service, which is described by an introduction of the simulation platform, SimCUBE... View full abstract»

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  • Automatic generation of road network map from massive GPS, vehicle trajectories

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    Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and navigation systems usually demand good timeliness on their used vector road network maps. Unfortunately, existing methods for road network map generation, such as the surveying method and the satellite image digitizing method, are difficult to generate up-to-date road network maps. This paper presents a method for automatic generation of road network ma... View full abstract»

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  • Automatic information extraction of traffic panels based on computer vision

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    Computer vision systems used on road maintenance, either related to signs or to the road itself, are playing a major role in many countries because of the higher investment on public works of this kind. These systems are able to collect a wide range of information automatically and quickly, with the aim of improving road safety. In this context, the suitability of the information contained on the ... View full abstract»

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  • Analysis of congestion points based on probe car data

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    Analysis of congestion points is an important topic for traffic management. With the rapid development of ITS, probe car data can be obtained in more and more cities. This paper introduces a method for analyzing recurrent congestion points based on historical probe car data, and proposes evaluation models for recurrent congestion points. By using this method, recurrent congestion points in Beijing... View full abstract»

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  • A decentralized adaptive traffic signal control using V2I communication data

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    A novel concept for a decentralized adaptive traffic signal control in urban networks using in future available vehicle to infratructure (V2I) communication data is presented. The phase-based strategy takes advantage of the improved detection data and optimizes each time interval of 5 seconds the phase sequence in order to reduce the total queue length within a forecast horizon of 20 seconds. For ... View full abstract»

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  • Wireless communication-based measurement of vehicle speed and traffic volume

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    The term Intelligent Transport System generally refers to a system that manages road traffic using information and communication technologies. One of the most important parts of it is the vehicle detection which provides vehicular data such as volume, density, and speed. This paper proposes a vehicle detection method which measures volume and speed using vehicle-to-infrastructure communication and... View full abstract»

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  • Pedestrian tracking across panning camera network

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    This paper describes developing of an occlusion robust tracking algorithm of pedestrians in the panning images by the combination between the S-T MRF model and pattern recognition methods of Snakes and HOG classifier. Tracking in panning images would extend the field of view of single camera. In addition, an algorithm to match pedestrians between cameras that have overlapping area with each other ... View full abstract»

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  • Hub nodes identification in public transport networks using markov chain model

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    Identifying hub nodes in public transport networks is essential for transport planning, safety evaluation and location advantage research. Some assumptions are first discussed, and a new method based on Markov chain model is proposed to measure the importance of nodes in public transport network. The transition probability is then deduced and the existence and uniqueness of solutions are presented... View full abstract»

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  • Video-based recognition of unmarked lanes via texture interpretation and N-level-set-fitting

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    In modern driver assistance systems the environment perception plays a decisive role in order to evaluate the current traffic scene. The reliable recognition of the drivable area provides essential information for lane departure warning systems which in turn contribute to active road safety. Most systems on lane recognition do reliable work on well marked roads and under good weather and lighting ... View full abstract»

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  • Towards a route planner capable of dealing with complex bipolar preferences

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    Personalization mechanisms play a major role in the capability of a route planning system to return the most convenient routes to a user. In this paper, we propose a first contribution for a new generation of route planners able to deal with complex preferences. An overview of the architecture of our system and a unimodal route planning query language are presented. The paper also includes a discu... View full abstract»

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