Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 3, pp 7055–7062 | Cite as

Forward looking infrared target matching algorithm based on depth learning and matrix double transformation

  • Rui ZengEmail author
  • Ying-yan Wang


To effectively reduce traffic accidents caused by night driving and provide initiative whole system for car driving in environment of lower visibility, sub-model of pedestrians at night based on far infrared sensor technology was designed according to basic requirements of driver assistant system of cars in the industry. Original data source was extracted for this model via far infrared sensor and its ROIs were obtained by using grey statistical technology. Matching detection was conducted on data source on basis of constructing multi-scale probability template, and detection rate as well as rate of leak detection of designed models could be effectively improved via comprehensive treatment technology of multi-frame verification. Experiments show that probability template of this model is improved on matching precision compared with common methods in the industry. It is applicable to two kinds of traffic road conditions of suburb and downtown at the same time, so it has good practicability.


Night driving Automobile driver-assistance Grey statistics Multi-scale Multi-frame verification 



Funding was provided by Science and Technology Project of Zhejiang Province, No. 2015C31171 and National Education Information Technology Research Plan, Project Nos. 146241806 and 136241559.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Electro-mechanical and Information TechnologyYiwu Industrial & Commercial CollegeYiwuChina

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