Vehicle Systems and Driver Modelling

Huseyin Abut, John Hansen, Gerhard Schmidt, Kazuya Takeda, Hanseok Ko

ISBN: 978-1-5015-0412-9
Publication date: September 2017
Publisher: de Gruyter

 

World-class experts from academia and industry assembled at the sixth Biennial Workshop on Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for In-Vehicle Systems at Korea University, Seoul, Korea in 2013. The Workshop covered a wide spectrum of automotive fields, including in-vehicle signal processing and cutting-edge studies on safety, driver behavior, infrastructure, in-vehicle technologies.

Contributors to this volume have expanded their contributions to the Workshop into full chapters with related works, methodology, experiments, and the analysis of the findings. Topics in this volume include:

  • DSP technologies for in-vehicle systems
  • Driver status and behavior monitoring
  • In-vehicle dialogue systems and human machine interfaces
  • In-vehicle video and applications for safety
  • Passive and active driver assistance technologies
  • Ideas and systems for autonomous driving
  • Transportation infrastructure

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As in the last year we spent a couple of days (15.10.2019 till 18.10.2019) on the island Sylt to reflect our past, current, and future research work. Due to a "cold wave" we were a bit reduced this year, but anyhow, we had a very good (and producive) time on this beautiful island. Beside our research plans (reflecting the last year and planning of the next years), we also discussed teaching ...


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