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자율주행 제어를 위한 향상된 주변환경 인식 알고리즘

자율주행 제어를 위한 향상된 주변환경 인식 알고리즘
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Improved Environment Recognition Algorithms for Autonomous Vehicle Control
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Obstacle detection and avoidance물체 인식 및 회피Recognition algorithm인식 알고리즘Sign detection표지판 인식Autonomous vehicle자율주행차Cross-checking system상호 확인 시스템Image machine learning이미지 기계 학습Integrated control algorithm통합제어 알고리즘Lane detection차선 인식
This paper describes the improved environment recognition algorithms using some type of sensors like LiDAR and cameras. Additionally, integrated control algorithm for an autonomous vehicle is included. The integrated algorithm was based on C++ environment and supported the stability of the whole driving control algorithms. As to the improved vision algorithms, lane tracing and traffic sign recognition were mainly operated with three cameras. There are two algorithms developed for lane tracing, Improved Lane Tracing (ILT) and Histogram Extension (HIX). Two independent algorithms were combined into one algorithm – Enhanced Lane Tracing with Histogram Extension (ELIX). As for the enhanced traffic sign recognition algorithm, integrated Mutual Validation Procedure (MVP) by using three algorithms - Cascade, Reinforced DSIFT SVM and YOLO was developed. Comparing to the results for those, it is convincing that the precision of traffic sign recognition is substantially increased. With the LiDAR sensor, static and dynamic obstacle detection and obstacle avoidance algorithms were focused. Therefore, improved environment recognition algorithms, which are higher accuracy and faster processing speed than ones of the previous algorithms, were proposed. Moreover, by optimizing with integrated control algorithm, the memory issue of irregular system shutdown was prevented. Therefore, the maneuvering stability of the autonomous vehicle in severe environment were enhanced.
사단법인 한국자동차안전학회
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  • 임용섭 Lim, Yongseob
  • Research Interests Autonomous Vehicle and Aerial Robotic Systems and Control; Theory and Applications for Mechatronic Systems and Control; 자율 주행 및 비행 시스템 제어; 로봇공학 및 지능제어
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Department of Interdisciplinary Studies Advanced Intelligent Mobility Research Group 1. Journal Articles
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