Intelligent collision avoidance, control and guidance
Harris, C.J., An, P.E., Matthews, N.D., & Roberts, J.M. (1995) Intelligent collision avoidance, control and guidance. In Automotive Refinement : Selected Papers from Autotech 95, Mechanical Engineering for The Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
This paper reviews a variety of advanced signal processing algorithms that have been developed at the University of Southampton as part of the Prometheus (Programme for European traffic flow with highest efficiency and unprecedented safety) programme to achieve an intelligent driver warning system (IDWS). The IDWS includes the detection of road edges, lanes, obstacles and their tracking and identification, estimates of time to collision, and behavioural modelling of drivers for a variety of scenarios. The underlying algorithms are briefly discussed in support of the IDWS.
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