Support vector machine filtering data aid on fatigue driving detection

Zuojin LI, Lei Song, Qing Yang, Shengfu Chen, Liukui Chen, J. Joo
2020 MATEC Web of Conferences  
This paper proposes an assumption that filtering out the confusing "awake" data from fatigue driving detection model promotes the accuracy of detection of "drowsy" status under real driving situation. Instead of focus on both "drowsy" and "awake" driving status, we set our first priority to alarm "drowsy" and temporarily ignore the accuracy of "awake" status recognition. The Support Vector Machine as a good classifier is employed for data filtering, provides more efficient training data and
more » ... aining data and removes the data that may confuse the detection model. The results prove our assumption by 72% accuracy on "drowsy" recognition, which is higher than 38% recognition performed by detection without SVM filtering. In addition, the size of training samples after filtering for conducting detection model is extremely smaller than no filtering.
doi:10.1051/matecconf/202030903036 fatcat:rqlrcjbzmnawnh4t2z2ib7n364