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    Stereo Vision-based Vehicle Detection

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    This paper presents the methods for sensing vehicles (localization and tracking) implemented on the ARGO vehicle. The perception of the environment is performed through the sole processing of images acquired from a stereo vision system installed on board of the vehicle. 1 Introduction This work presents the Vehicle Detection functionality developed for the ARGO autonomous vehicle. Automatic Vehicle Driving is a generic term referring to the techniques aimed at the entire or partial automation of some driving tasks. The functionalities that automatically driven vehicles should be able to perform include the possibility to follow the road and keep within the correct lane, maintaining a safe distance between vehicles, regulating the vehicle's speed according to environment and road conditions, moving across lanes in order to overtake vehicles and avoid obstacles, helping to find the correct and shortest route to a destination, and the movement and parking within urban environments. Te...

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    Title : Stereo Vision-based Vehicle Detection
    Abstract : This paper presents the methods for sensing vehicles (localization and tracking) implemented on the ARGO vehicle. The perception of the environment is performed through the sole processing of images acquired from a stereo vision system installed on board of the vehicle. 1 Introduction This work presents the Vehicle Detection functionality developed for the ARGO autonomous vehicle. Automatic Vehicle Driving is a generic term referring to the techniques aimed at the entire or partial automation of some driving tasks. The functionalities that automatically driven vehicles should be able to perform include the possibility to follow the road and keep within the correct lane, maintaining a safe distance between vehicles, regulating the vehicle's speed according to environment and road conditions, moving across lanes in order to overtake vehicles and avoid obstacles, helping to find the correct and shortest route to a destination, and the movement and parking within urban environments. Te...
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    Area : Mathematics
    Language : English
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    Url : http://www.ce.unipr.it/people/broggi/publications/iv2000-vd.pdf
    Doi : 10.1.1.36.5301

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