Surveillance Technologies and Early Warning Systems Data Mining Applications for Risk Detection

Warning. System. for. Stock. Market. Crashes. by. Using. ANFIS. Murat Acar ISE Settlement and Custody Bank Inc., Turkey Dilek Karahoca Bahcesehir University, Turkey Adem Karahoca Bahcesehir University, Turkey ABSTRACT This chapter ...


Author: Koyuncugil, Ali Serhan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781616928674

Category: Computers

Page: 356

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Surveillance Technologies and Early Warning Systems: Data Mining Applications for Risk Detection has never been more important, as the research this book presents an alternative to conventional surveillance and risk assessment. This book is a multidisciplinary excursion comprised of data mining, early warning systems, information technologies and risk management and explores the intersection of these components in problematic domains. It offers the ability to apply the most modern techniques to age old problems allowing for increased effectiveness in the response to future, eminent, and present risk.

Object Detection Collision Warning and Avoidance Systems

REAR - END CRASH DYNAMICS Sensor Technologies & Systems , formerly Frontier Engineering Sciences , Inc. [ 5 ] , studied the improvement on driver behavior of a rear - end warning system as well as the effect of choice of headway values ...


Author: Ronald K. Jurgen

Publisher: SAE International

ISBN: UVA:X030103986

Category: Motor vehicles

Page: 419

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Contains 51 papers covering eight years of research on object detection, collision warning, and collision avoidance. Topics covered include: Parking aids; Target tracking with cameras; Sensor combinations; Blind spot detection; Imager chips; Lane tracking; Lane and road departure warning; Sensor fusion; Intersection collision warning; Front- and rear-end crash avoidance; Automatic collision avoidance systems; Braking systems for collision avoidance; and Driver-vehicle interface requirements.

Crash Warning Systems

This book is intended to highlight issues to be addressed and provide guidance in the development of Collision Warning Systems (CWSs).


Author: Lillian Bryant


ISBN: 1634839722


Page: 261

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A comprehensive review and analysis of the human factors research associated with the implementation of crash warning system interfaces has led to the development of guidelines intended to be used by anyone responsible for the conceptualisation, development, design, testing, or evaluation of in-vehicle crash avoidance systems, especially for forward collision (headway warning), lane change (blind-spot warning), and road departure warnings. This book is intended to highlight issues to be addressed and provide guidance in the development of Collision Warning Systems (CWSs). Information is presented on a variety of topics relevant to the driver-vehicle interface (DVI) of CWS devices.

Human Factors in Intelligent Transportation Systems

Some of these issues are discussed in detail as they relate to warning design principles. The discussion is split into three system classifications: advisory, collision warning, and automated crashavoidance systems.


Author: Woodrow Barfield

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781317781103

Category: Computers

Page: 480

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The Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Program is a cooperative effort by government, private industry, and academia to apply advanced technology to the task of resolving the problems of surface transportation. The objective is to improve travel efficiency and mobility, enhance safety, conserve energy, provide economic benefits, and protect the environment. The current demand for mobility has exceeded the available capacity of the roadway system. Because the highway system cannot be expanded, except in minor ways, the available capacity must be used more efficiently to handle the increased demand. ITS applies advanced information processing, communication, sensing, and computer control technologies to the problems of surface transportation. Considerable research and development efforts will be required to produce these new technologies and to convert technologies developed in the defense and space programs to solve surface transportation problems. ITS has been subdivided into six interlocking technology areas. This book addresses human factors concerns for four of these areas: * Advanced Traveler Information Systems are a variety of systems that provide real time, in-vehicle information to drivers regarding navigation and route guidance, motorist services, roadway signing, and hazard warnings. * Advanced Vehicle Control Systems refer to systems that aid drivers in controlling their vehicle particularly in emergency situations and ultimately taking over some or all of the driving tasks. * Commercial Vehicle Operations address the application of ITS technologies to the special needs of commercial roadway vehicles including automated vehicle identification, location, weigh-in-motion, clearance sensing, and record keeping. * Advanced Traffic Management Systems monitor, control and manage traffic on streets and highways to reduce congestion using vehicle route diversion, automated signal timing, changeable message signs, and priority control systems. Two technical areas are not specifically addressed in individual chapters, but many aspects of them are covered in associated chapters: * Advanced Rural Transportation Systems include systems that apply ITS technologies to the special needs of rural systems and include emergency notification and response, vehicle location, and traveler information. * Advanced Public Transportation Systems enhance the effectiveness, attractiveness and economics of public transportation and include fleet management, automated fare collection, and real-time information systems.

An Independent Measurement System for Testing Automotive Crash Warning Systems

This report describes the National Institute of Standards and Technology's role in the Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems (IVBSS) program, a four-year safety initiative sponsored by the United States Department of Transportation (U.S. ...


Author: Sandor Szabo

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1495984273

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 36

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This report describes the National Institute of Standards and Technology's role in the Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety Systems (IVBSS) program, a four-year safety initiative sponsored by the United States Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) to develop and field test an integrated crash warning system to prevent rear-end, lane-change/merge and road departure crashes on light vehicles and heavy commercial trucks. NIST's primary role in the program included assisting in the development of verification test procedures, developing a measurement system, and providing field support for vehicle test activities. NIST used the measurement system to collect data for determining whether the prototype warning systems passed or failed all closed-course track tests and for characterizing warning system performance on public roads

Encyclopedia of Transportation

As part of the IVI, automobile manufacturers have expanded their focus beyond improving the crash-worthiness of their vehicles to include developing and installing automobile driver warning systems in them. These driver warning systems ...


Author: Mark Garrett

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483346519

Category: Social Science

Page: 2048

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Viewing transportation through the lens of current social, economic, and policy aspects, this four-volume reference work explores the topic of transportation across multiple disciplines within the social sciences and related areas, including geography, public policy, business, and economics. The book’s articles, all written by experts in the field, seek to answer such questions as: What has been the legacy, not just economically but politically and socially as well, of President Eisenhower’s modern interstate highway system in America? With that system and the infrastructure that supports it now in a state of decline and decay, what’s the best path for the future at a time of enormous fiscal constraints? Should California politicians plunge ahead with plans for a high-speed rail that every expert says—despite the allure—will go largely unused and will never pay back the massive investment while at this very moment potholes go unfilled all across the state? What path is best for emerging countries to keep pace with dramatic economic growth for their part? What are the social and financial costs of gridlock in our cities? Features: Approximately 675 signed articles authored by prominent scholars are arranged in A-to-Z fashion and conclude with Further Readings and cross references. A Chronology helps readers put individual events into historical context; a Reader’s Guide organizes entries by broad topical or thematic areas; a detailed index helps users quickly locate entries of most immediate interest; and a Resource Guide provides a list of journals, books, and associations and their websites. While articles were written to avoid jargon as much as possible, a Glossary provides quick definitions of technical terms. To ensure full, well-rounded coverage of the field, the General Editor with expertise in urban planning, public policy, and the environment worked alongside a Consulting Editor with a background in Civil Engineering. The index, Reader’s Guide, and cross references combine for thorough search-and-browse capabilities in the electronic edition. Available in both print and electronic formats, Encyclopedia of Transportation is an ideal reference for libraries and those who want to explore the issues that surround transportation in the United States and around the world.

Flying Magazine

Last fall, Mike Smyser, then president of Foster AirData Systems, asked me if I'd like to fly a U.S. Navy Beech T-34C equipped with an all-attitude collision warning system that could detect transponder-equipped intruder aircraft that ...






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Springer Handbook of Automation

R.J. Kiefer, D. LeBlanc, M. Palmer, J. Salinger, R. Deering, M. Shulman: Forward Collision Warning Systems: Development and ... D. LeBlanc: Road Departure Crash Warning System Field Operational Test – Methodology and Results, Rep.


Author: Shimon Y. Nof

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540788317

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1812

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This handbook incorporates new developments in automation. It also presents a widespread and well-structured conglomeration of new emerging application areas, such as medical systems and health, transportation, security and maintenance, service, construction and retail as well as production or logistics. The handbook is not only an ideal resource for automation experts but also for people new to this expanding field.

No Accident

Crash Avoidance Systems That Help Drivers Collision avoidance systems, an almost basic but vastly ... to detect what is going on around the vehicle and provide collision warning, traffic-sign recognition, and lane departure alerts.


Author: Neil Arason

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

ISBN: 9781554589647

Category: Political Science

Page: 300

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It is possible to eliminate death and serious injury from Canada’s roads. In other jurisdictions, the European Union, centres in the United States, and at least one automotive company aim to achieve comparable results as early as 2020. In Canada, though, citizens must turn their thinking on its head and make road safety a national priority. Since the motor vehicle first went into mass production, the driver has taken most of the blame for its failures. In a world where each person’s safety is dependent on a system in which millions of drivers must drive perfectly over billions of hours behind the wheel, failure on a massive scale has been the result. When we neglect the central role of the motor vehicle as a dangerous consumer product, the result is one of the largest human-made means for physically assaulting human beings. It is time for Canadians to embrace internationally recognized ways of thinking and enter an era in which the motor vehicle by-product of human carnage is relegated to history. No Accident examines problems related to road safety and makes recommendations for the way forward. Topics include types of drivers; human-related driving errors related to fatigue, speed, alcohol, and distraction and roads; pedestrians, cyclists, and public transit; road engineering; motor vehicle regulation; auto safety design; and collision-avoidance technologies such as radar and camera-based sensors on vehicles that prevent crashes. This multi-disciplinary study demystifies the world of road safety and provides a road map for the next twenty years.