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Vision-based Vehicle Detection Using HOG and OS Fuzzy-ELM
Yoon, Changyong; Lee, Heejin;
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This paper describes an algorithm for detecting vehicles detection in real time. The proposed algorithm has the technique based on computer vision and image processing. In real, complex environment such as one with road traffic, many algorithms have great difficulty such as low detection rate and increasing computational time due to complex backgrounds and rapid changes. To overcome this problem in this paper, the proposed algorithm consists of the following methods. First, to effectively separate the candidate regions, we use vertical and horizontal edge information, and shadow values from input image sequences. Second, we extracts features by using HOG from the selected candidate regions. Finally, this paper uses the OS fuzzy-ELM based on SLFN to classify the extracted features. The experimental results show that the proposed method perform well for detecting vehicles and improves the accuracy and the computational time of detecting.
ELM;Vehicle Detection;SLFN;HOG;Computer Vision;
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