Traffic Sign Detection and Recognition for Driving Assistance System
In this paper, we present a traffic sign detection and recognition for a driving assistance system. The proposed approach consists of two subsystems for detection and recognition. First, the road sign detection subsystem adopts the color information to filter out most of irrelevant image regions. Image segmentation and hierarchical grouping are then used to select candidate regions of road signs. For the road sign recognition subsystem, a convolutional neural network (CNN) is adopted to classify traffic signs for candidate regions. Experimental results show that our approach can obtain the desired results effectively.
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