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Pothole Detection using Intensity and Motion Information
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Pothole Detection using Intensity and Motion Information
Kim, Young-Ro; Jo, Youngtae; Ryu, Seungki;
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In this paper, we propose a pothole detection method using various features of intensity and motion. Segmentation, decision steps of pothole detection are processed according to the values which are derived from feature characteristics. For segmentation using intensity, we use a binarization method using histogram to separate pothole region from background. For segmentation using motion, we filter using high pass filter and get standard deviation value. This value is divided by regression value according to camera environment such as photographing angle, height, velocity, etc. We get binary image by histogram based binarization. For decision, candidate regions are decided whether pothole or not using comparison of candidate and background's features. Experimental results show that our proposed pothole detection method has better results than existing methods and good performance in discrimination between pothole and similar patterns.
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