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Open Access Driver behavior recognition using recurrent neural network in multiple depth cameras environment

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To improve the driving safety triggered by driver’s behavior recognition in an in-car environment, we propose to use depth cameras mounted in a car to generate behavior models generated by a deep learning algorithm for a driver’s behavior classification. The contribution of this paper is trifold: 1) The proposed multi-view driver behavior recognition system can handle the occlusion problem happened in one of the cameras; 2) Using the recurrent neural network can effectively recognize the continuous time behavior; 3) the average recognition accuracy of proposed systems can achieve 83% and 88%, respectively.
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Keywords: Behavior Recognition; Deep Learning; Driver behavior; LSTM; Point Cloud; Skeleton

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 13, 2019

This article was made available online on January 13, 2019 as a Fast Track article with title: "Driver behavior recognition using recurrent neural network in multiple depth cameras environment".

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