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Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems
It is important to understand the factors underlying gradecrossing crashes and to examine potential solutions. We have installed a camera in front of a locomotive to examine grade-crossing accidents (or near accidents). We present a computer vision system that automatically extracts possible near-accident scenes by detecting the activity of vehicles crossing in front of the train after signals are ignited. We present a fast algorithm to detect moving objects recorded by a moving camera withdoi:10.1109/itsc.2003.1252705 fatcat:ght7ef5wizgy3o2qn66ozbzaum