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“…Our lane-keeping algorithm is based on the output of one forward-looking vision sensor, mounted frontally on each vehicle. Similar to [16] which contains image smoothing using Gaussian filter, edge detection using Canny detector, and line detection with the help of Hough transform, our algorithm outputs the angle to the centerline of the lane. The vehicle steering angle φ l is set to match the tangent of the centerline using a PI controller.…”
Section: Lane Keepingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our lane-keeping algorithm is based on the output of one forward-looking vision sensor, mounted frontally on each vehicle. Similar to [16] which contains image smoothing using Gaussian filter, edge detection using Canny detector, and line detection with the help of Hough transform, our algorithm outputs the angle to the centerline of the lane. The vehicle steering angle φ l is set to match the tangent of the centerline using a PI controller.…”
Section: Lane Keepingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Computer vision techniques have been proposed to detect the car lane. For example, in [10] authors use the iPhone camera to detect the lane markings. Using cameras for lane detection, however, is highly susceptible to errors due to various factors such as lighting condition (e.g.…”
Section: A Lane Determinationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the other hand, computer vision based techniques, e.g. [10], use a camera to detect the lane markings. However, using an image processing solution raises accuracy challenges when road markings are unclear, line-of-sight is obstructed, and/or in bad weather conditions.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As discussed below, they integrate several general purpose cores, graphics processing units and other co-processors on a single chip keeping power consumption very low. The applications they can address are increasingly complex (Taylor et al, 2009) (Wither et al, 2011) (Ren et al, 2010).…”
Section: Microprocessorsmentioning
confidence: 99%