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Lane Detection System using CNN
Kim, Jihun; Lee, Daesik; Lee, Minho;
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Lane detection is a widely researched topic. Although simple road detection is easily achieved by previous methods, lane detection becomes very difficult in several complex cases involving noisy edges. To address this, we use a Convolution neural network (CNN) for image enhancement. CNN is a deep learning method that has been very successfully applied in object detection and recognition. In this paper, we introduce a robust lane detection method based on a CNN combined with random sample consensus (RANSAC) algorithm. Initially, we calculate edges in an image using a hat shaped kernel, then we detect lanes using the CNN combined with the RANSAC. In the training process of the CNN, input data consists of edge images and target data is images that have real white color lanes on an otherwise black background. The CNN structure consists of 8 layers with 3 convolutional layers, 2 subsampling layers and multi-layer perceptron (MLP) of 3 fully-connected layers. Convolutional and subsampling layers are hierarchically arranged to form a deep structure. Our proposed lane detection algorithm successfully eliminates noise lines and was found to perform better than other formal line detection algorithms such as RANSAC
Lane detection;CNN;Machine learning;Image processing;
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