24 January 2011 Lane marking detection by extracting white regions with predefined width from bird's-eye road images
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Detecting lane markings on roads from in-vehicle camera images is very important because it is one of the fundamental tasks for autonomous running technology and safety driving support system. There are several lane markings detection methods using the width information, but most of these are considered to be insufficient for oblique markings. So, the primary intent of this paper is to propose a detecting lane markings method robust to orientation of markings. In this work, we focus on the width of lane markings standardized by road act in Japan, and propose a method for detecting white lane markings by extracting white regions with constant predefined width from bird's-eye road images after segmentation such as categorical color area one. The proposed method is based on the constrained Delaunay triangulation. The proposed method has a merit that can be measure an exact width for oblique markings on the bird's-eye images because it can be obtained perpendicular width for edge. The effectiveness of the proposed method was shown by experimental results for 187 actual road images taken from an in-vehicle camera.
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Sadayuki Abe, Sadayuki Abe, Kenji Shoji, Kenji Shoji, Fubito Toyama, Fubito Toyama, Juichi Miyamichi, Juichi Miyamichi, } "Lane marking detection by extracting white regions with predefined width from bird's-eye road images", Proc. SPIE 7878, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXVIII: Algorithms and Techniques, 78780T (24 January 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.872312; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.872312


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