Vehicle Classification Using Visual Background Extractor and Multi-class Support Vector Machines
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This paper describes a method to classify vehicle type using computer vision technology. In this study, Visual Background Extractor (ViBe) was used to extract the vehicles from the captured videos. The features of the detected vehicles were extracted using Histogram of Oriented Gradient (HOG). Multi-class Support Vector Machine (SVM) was used to recognise four classes of images: motorcycle, car, lorry and background (without vehicles). The results show that the proposed classifier was able to achieve an average accuracy of 92.3 %.
KeywordsVehicle classification Visual background extractor Support vector machines Histogram of oriented gradient
Specially thanks to Chih-Chung Chang and Chih-Jen Lin for sharing LIBSVM, which contributed greatly to this study.
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