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Gas pedal pressure, brake pedal pressure, and steering angle. 2. , velocity , acceleration, and engine speed. 3. , following distance , relative lane position, and yaw angle. 3. DriverIdentification Based on Spectral AnalysisofDriving... 27 Among these signals, we focused here on the driving behavioral signals, especially on the drivers' characteristics with respect to gas and brake pedal pressures . 2 Data Collection Driving behavioral signals were collected using a data collection vehicle (Toyota Regius), which has been specially designed for data collection in the Center for Integrated Acoustic Information Research (ClAIR) project at Nagoya University , Japan.
45 It was observed from these tables that the fuzzy neural systems performed comparatively well against GMSS in terms of identification rate. The driver identification performance is also consistent among different tests. Among these two groups of drivers, the highest accuracy was obtained when the combination of all signals was used. It can be seen that the average identification rate obtained from using a version of Hui's ANFIS system? is very close to the rate obtained for GMSS. From the driver identification tests 2.
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