Compiled from papers of the 4th Biennial Workshop on DSP (Digital Signal Processing) for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety this edited collection features world-class experts from diverse fields focusing on integrating smart in-vehicle systems with human factors to enhance safety in automobiles. Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety presents new approaches on how to reduce driver inattention and prevent road accidents. The material addresses DSP technologies in adaptive automobiles, in-vehicle dialogue systems, human machine interfaces, video and audio processing, and in-vehicle speech systems. The volume also features recent advances in Smart-Car technology, coverage of autonomous vehicles that drive themselves, and information on multi-sensor fusion for driver ID and robust driver monitoring. Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety is useful for engineering researchers, students, automotive manufacturers, government foundations and engineers working in the areas of control engineering, signal processing, audio-video processing, bio-mechanics, human factors and transportation engineering.These vehicles were from model years of 2000 or 2001 (all had odometer mileage readings which ranged between 11 and 8, 000 mi.). The six vehicles were: ac [Cav] Chevy Cavalier compact car ac [Ven] Chevy Ventura minivan ac [SUV] Chevy SUV Blazer ac [S10] Chevy S10 extended pickup ... Idle noise: the sound of the engine after starting and not moving, windows closed Noise at 45 mph, window openedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety|
|Author||:||John H.L. Hansen, Pinar Boyraz, Kazuya Takeda, Hüseyin Abut|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-02-02|