Scene Detection Classification and Tracking for Self-Driven Vehicle

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Sanjay P. Pande
Sarika Khandelwal


A number of traffic-related issues, including crashes, jams, and pollution, could be resolved by self-driving vehicles (SDVs). Several challenges still need to be overcome, particularly in the areas of precise environmental perception, observed detection, and its classification, to allow the safe navigation of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in crowded urban situations. This article offers a comprehensive examination of the application of deep learning techniques in self-driving cars for scene perception and observed detection. The theoretical foundations of self-driving cars are examined in depth in this research using a deep learning methodology. It explores the current applications of deep learning in this area and provides critical evaluations of their efficacy. This essay begins with an introduction to the ideas of computer vision, deep learning, and self-driving automobiles. It also gives a brief review of artificial general intelligence, highlighting its applicability to the subject at hand. The paper then concentrates on categorising current, robust deep learning libraries and considers their critical contribution to the development of deep learning techniques. The dataset used as label for scene detection for self-driven vehicle. The discussion of several strategies that explicitly handle picture perception issues faced in real-time driving scenarios takes up a sizeable amount of the work. These methods include methods for item detection, recognition, and scene comprehension. In this study, self-driving automobile implementations and tests are critically assessed.

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Pande, S. P. ., & Khandelwal, S. . (2023). Scene Detection Classification and Tracking for Self-Driven Vehicle. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(7s), 681–690.


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