Applications of Deep Learning in Severity Prediction of Traffic Accidents
Future prediction is a fascinating topic for human endeavor and is identified as a critical tool in transportation management. Understanding an entire transportation network is more difficult than transportation on a single road. The main purpose of this effort is to provide a superior route with high safety level and support traffic managers in efficiently managing road network.
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