UW-Madison ECE 533 - Vision-based Lane Detection using Hough Transform (12 pages)

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University of Wisconsin, Madison
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Ece 533 - Image Processing
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ECE 533 Course Project Digital Image Processing Vision based Lane Detection using Hough Transform By Zhaozheng Yin Instructor Prof Yu Hen Hu Dec 12 2003 Preface Purpose The purpose of the project component of this course is to demonstrate your ability to apply the knowledge and technique learned during this course Types of Projects Applications Applications of image processing to specific research area In an application project it should contain the following a explanation of the nature of the application and why image processing is needed b image processing techniques that can be applied to the problem on hand c preliminary results You should have results ready and report it Just propose to apply image processing without any result is not acceptable Final report content Introduction Related work Approach Results Summary Reference Appendix Vision based Lane Detection using Hough Transform 1 Introduction Lane detection is an important enabling or enhancing technology in a number of intelligent vehicle applications including lane excursion detection and warning intelligent cruise control and autonomous driving Various lane detection methods have been proposed They are classified into infrastructure based and vision based approaches While the infrastructure based approaches achieve highly robustness construction cost to lay leaky coaxial cables or to embed magnetic markers on the road surface is high Vision based approaches with camera on a vehicle have advantages to use existing lane markings in the road environment and to sense a road curvature in front view Vision based location of lane boundaries can be divided into two tasks lane detection and lane tracking Lane detection is the problem of locating lane boundaries without prior knowledge of the road geometry Lane tracking is the problem of tracking the lane edges from frame to frame given an existing model of road geometry Lane tracking is an easier problem than lane detection as prior knowledge of the road



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