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Movement Compensated Driver's Respiratory Rate Extraction
In non-contact vital sign monitoring using radar, radar signal distorted by the surrounding unspecified factors is unsuitable for monitoring vital signs. In order to monitor vital signs accurately, it is essential to compensate for distortion of radar signals caused by surrounding environmental factors. In this paper, we propose a driver vital signal compensation method in driving situations, including the driver's movements using a frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar. Driver'sdoi:10.3390/app12052695 fatcat:3tm5n5ur3fct3ipzhw3g6icqgy