A Lazy Decision Approach Based on Ternary Thresholding for Robust Target Object Detection
- A Lazy Decision Approach Based on Ternary Thresholding for Robust Target Object Detection
- Jae-Yeong Lee; Wonpil Yu; 황중원; 김창환
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- ICRA (IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation)
- , 3924 -3929
- One of the main problems of binary classification of overlapping distributions is that there always exist misclassification errors with any value of threshold. In this paper, we propose a novel lazy decision approach for robust object detection and tracking, where decision on an uncertain
observation whose evaluation lies between low and high thresholds is postponed until a clear evidence appears. As a practical application of the proposed approach, we present a sensor fusion pedestrian detection system for safe navigation of UGVs in driving environment. We combine a laser-based detection of target candidates and vision-based evaluation within the proposed lazy decision framework. Experimental results on real test data demonstrate effectiveness of the proposed approach, showing significant improvement of precision-recall performance.
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