11 April 2018 Trained neurons-based motion detection in optical camera communications
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A concept of trained neurons-based motion detection (TNMD) in optical camera communications (OCC) is proposed. The proposed TNMD is based on neurons present in a neural network that perform repetitive analysis in order to provide efficient and reliable motion detection in OCC. This efficient motion detection can be considered another functionality of OCC in addition to two traditional functionalities of illumination and communication. To verify the proposed TNMD, the experiments were conducted in an indoor static downlink OCC, where a mobile phone front camera is employed as the receiver and an 8  ×  8 red, green, and blue (RGB) light-emitting diode array as the transmitter. The motion is detected by observing the user’s finger movement in the form of centroid through the OCC link via a camera. Unlike conventional trained neurons approaches, the proposed TNMD is trained not with motion itself but with centroid data samples, thus providing more accurate detection and far less complex detection algorithm. The experiment results demonstrate that the TNMD can detect all considered motions accurately with acceptable bit error rate (BER) performances at a transmission distance of up to 175 cm. In addition, while the TNMD is performed, a maximum data rate of 3.759 kbps over the OCC link is obtained. The OCC with the proposed TNMD combined can be considered an efficient indoor OCC system that provides illumination, communication, and motion detection in a convenient smart home environment.
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Shivani Rajendra Teli, Shivani Rajendra Teli, Willy Anugrah Cahyadi, Willy Anugrah Cahyadi, Yeon Ho Chung, Yeon Ho Chung, } "Trained neurons-based motion detection in optical camera communications," Optical Engineering 57(4), 040501 (11 April 2018). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.57.4.040501 . Submission: Received: 17 October 2017; Accepted: 22 March 2018
Received: 17 October 2017; Accepted: 22 March 2018; Published: 11 April 2018
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