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A core aspect of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) is to support the driver with information about the current environmental situation of the vehicle. Bad weather conditions such as rain might occlude regions of the windshield or a camera lens and therefore affect the visual perception. Hence, the automated detection of raindrops has a significant importance for video-based ADAS. The detection of raindrops is highly time critical since video pre-processing stages are required to improvedoi:10.1007/s11554-016-0569-z fatcat:4zubx4v24nd7fmccqnrik65ycy