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 Title & Authors
Research of Controled Traffic Signal by Image Processing and Fuzzy Logic
Shin, Ji-Hwan; Park, Mu-Hun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, We propose a method which prevents severe traffic jam by controlling traffic signal by itself based on image-processed information and fuzzy logic. The detailed idea of this method is first to let a closed monitoring camera gather the number of cars which show the flow of traffic the designated roads which are commonly considered to have traffic. After executing the image processing method on each image gathered from the monitoring camera, this system determines the changing timing of traffic signal based on fuzzy logic. Also, this image processing method shows good performance in real road environment because the setup background image which used in this system is designed to be updated in real time. All of good points mentioned above would lead driver and users to cost efficient and time efficient results by preventing the increase of the number of traffic on road in advance with the automatic traffic signal controlling algorithm based on the fuzzy logic.
 Keywords
Automatic traffic signal controlling algorithm;Fuzzy logic;Image processing;Real time;
 Language
Korean
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