Schmidt, Gerhard

Smart Mobile In-Vehicle Systems

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Table of contents

Part I. Sensor and Data Fusion

1. Computational Aspects of Maximum Likelihood DOA Estimation of Two Targets with Applications to Automotive Radar
Philipp Heidenreich, Abdelhak M. Zoubir

2. Dense 3D Motion Field Estimation from a Moving Observer in Real Time
Clemens Rabe, Uwe Franke, Reinhard Koch

3. Intelligence in the Automobile of the Future
Arne Bartels, Thomas Ruchatz, Stefan Brosig

4. Unmanned Ground Vehicle Otonobil: Design, Perception, and Decision Algorithms
Volkan Sezer, Pınar Boyraz, Ziya Ercan, Çagri Dikilitaş, Hasan Heceoğlu, Alper Öner, Gülay Öke, Metin Gökaşan

Part II. Speech and Audio Processing

5. Car Hands-Free Testing and Optimization: An Overview
Hans-Wilhelm Gierlich

6. A Wideband Automotive Hands-Free System for Mobile HD Voice Services
Marc-André Jung, Tim Fingscheidt

7. In-Car Communication
Christian Lüke, Gerhard Schmidt, Anne Theiß, Jochen Withopf

8. Room in a Room: A Neglected Concept for Auralization
Markus Christoph

9. Refinement and Temporal Interpolation of Short-Term Spectra: Theory and Applications
Mohamed Krini, Gerhard Schmidt

Part III. Driver Distraction

10. Effects of Multitasking on Drivability Through CAN-Bus Analysis
Amardeep Sathyanarayana, Pinar Boyraz, John H. L. Hansen

11. Using Perceptual Evaluation to Quantify Cognitive and Visual Driver Distractions
Nanxiang Li, Carlos Busso

Part IV. Driving Behavior and User Profiling

12. Evaluation Method for Safe Driving Skill Based on Driving Behavior Analysis and Situational Information at Intersections
Yosuke Yoshida, Matti Pouke, Masahiro Tada, Haruo Noma, Masaru Noda

13. Pre- and Postaccident Emotion Analysis on Driving Behavior
Abdul Wahab, Norhaslinda Kamaruddin, Norzaliza M. Nor, Hüseyin Abut

Part V. Driving Scene Analysis

14. Content-Based Driving Scene Retrieval Using Driving Behavior and Environmental Driving Signals
Yiyang Li, Ryo Nakagawa, Chiyomi Miyajima, Norihide Kitaoka, Kazuya Takeda

15. Driving Event Detection by Low-Complexity Analysis of Video-Encoding Features
Elias S. G. Carotti, Enrico Masala

16. Target Shape Estimation Using an Automotive Radar
Florian Engels

Keywords: Engineering, Signal, Image and Speech Processing, Control, Automotive Engineering, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Communications Engineering, Networks

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20 pages
Technology, Energy, Traffic

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