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Feature Selection for Driver Drowsiness Detection

  • Saurav PandaEmail author
  • Megha Kolhekar
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies book series (LNDECT, volume 28)

Abstract

Driver fatigue and sleepiness result in fatal accidents on road, many times. Drowsiness of driver is the major symptom of fatigue. Driver’s attention can be checked from time to time to avoid such situations. This paper aims at detecting the driver’s drowsiness using eye movement to detect open/close eyes. We give a generic design of the system that uses face detection, feature extraction and decision making through a trained model using support vector machine. The paper contribution is in comparing the performance of various feature extraction techniques and evaluating them using standard validation parameters. Features evaluated are the Canny edge, Local Binary Patterns, Histogram of Oriented Gradients (HOG) and Gabor filter bank, along with the normal gray image. They are evaluated for accuracy and “F1 score.” Among All, HOG outperforms other methods and is a good choice for the application under consideration.

Keywords

SVM Feature Extraction Drowsiness Detection Classifier 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics & Telecommunication EngineeringFr. C. Rodrigues Institute of TechnologyNavi MumbaiIndia

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