2012 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2012
DOI: 10.1109/ivs.2012.6232222
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“…Most of the methods are initialized by Viola-Jones [17] type algorithm to detect face and eyes [5,13]. Combined with region tracking [12,18] is often preferred to achieve higher detection rate for non-frontal faces.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Most of the methods are initialized by Viola-Jones [17] type algorithm to detect face and eyes [5,13]. Combined with region tracking [12,18] is often preferred to achieve higher detection rate for non-frontal faces.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This method achieves precision of 80% on a dataset (not available) consisting of 10 videos of people while driving a car. The percentage of eye closure for drowsiness detection [13] is calculated from the ratio between the iris height in the frame and the nominal value assigned during a ten-second calibration.…”
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“…After thorough analysis, it was found that the HAAR training to detect closed eyes wasn't done properly (Garcia et al, 2012). The solution to this was generating an accurate xml file which was used in the program.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
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“…The work in [9] provides eye detection and head pose estimation; the latest is based on matching of specific features (eye distance) with a model and tracking the movement using optical flow. Other approaches take advantage of the specific features of the IR cameras, on which, due to the specific illumination condition, the pupil can be easily detected; thus, the detection of the eyes is easier [10], [11]. Finally, stereo systems are very useful because they provide 3-D information, but with the disadvantage of the high processing requirements [12]; some of the available commercial systems include these stereo systems [13], [14].…”
Section: State Of the Artmentioning
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