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Real time inference of driver's intent via analyses of pressure distribution on the seat

Abstract : This paper discusses effectiveness of utilizing pressure distribution on driving seat for developing proactive safety systems. In particular, this paper proposes an algorithm for detection of body movement due to an unnecessary action and identification of an action based on analysis of the load centre position of seat back. The result shows that detection of body movement itself is successful. However, accuracy of the action identification may not be adequate. Further studies would be necessary for improving the hit rate of identifying an action.
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M Itoh. Real time inference of driver's intent via analyses of pressure distribution on the seat. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2008), Jan 2008, toulouse, France. ⟨insu-02270105⟩

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