Context-aware ubiquitous data mining based agent model for intersection safety

Salim, F, Krishnaswamy, S, LOKES, S and Rakotonirainy, A 2005, 'Context-aware ubiquitous data mining based agent model for intersection safety' in Tomoya Enokido, Lu Yan, Bin Xiao, Daeyoung Kim, Yuanshun Dai, Laurence T. Yang (ed.) Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing -EUC 2005 Workshops, Springer, Germany, pp. 61-70.


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Title Context-aware ubiquitous data mining based agent model for intersection safety
Author(s) Salim, F
Krishnaswamy, S
LOKES, S
Rakotonirainy, A
Year 2005
Title of book Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing -EUC 2005 Workshops
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Germany
Editor(s) Tomoya Enokido, Lu Yan, Bin Xiao, Daeyoung Kim, Yuanshun Dai, Laurence T. Yang
Start page 61
End page 70
Subjects Distributed Computing not elsewhere classified
Summary In USA, 2002, approximately 3.2 million intersection-related crashes occurred, corresponding to 50 percent of all reported crashes. In Japan, more than 58 percent of all traffic crashes occur at intersections. With the advances in Intelligent Transportation Systems, such as off-the-shelf and in-vehicle sensor technology, wireless communication and ubiquitous computing research, safety of intersection environments can be improved. This research aims to investigate an integration of intelligent software agents and ubiquitous data stream mining, for a novel context-aware framework that is able to: (1) monitor an intersection to learn for patterns of collisions and factors leading to a collision; (2) learn to recognize potential hazards in intersections from information communicated by road infrastructures, approaching and passing vehicles, and external entities; (3) warn particular threatened vehicles that are approaching the intersection by communicating directly to the in-vehicle system.
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