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Classification de situations de conduite et détection des événements critiques d'un deux roues motorisé

Abstract : This thesis aims to develop framework tools for analyzing and understanding the riding of Powered Two Wheelers (PTW). Experiments are conducted using instrumented PTW in real context including both normal (naturalistic) riding behaviors and critical riding behaviors (near fall and fall). The two objectives of this thesis are the riding patterns classification and critical riding events detection. In the first part of this thesis, a machine-learning framework is used for riding pattern recognition problem. Therefore, this problem is formulated as a classification task to identify the class of riding patterns. The approaches developed in this context have shown the interest to take into account the temporal aspect of the data in PTW riding. Moreover, we have shown the effectiveness of hidden Markov models for such problem. The second part of this thesis focuses on the development of the off-line detection and classification of critical riding events tools and the on-line fall detection. The problem of detection and classification of critical riding events has been performed towards two steps: (1) the segmentation step, where the multidimensional time of data were modeled and segmented by using a mixture model with quadratic logistic proportions; (2) the classification step, which consists in using a pattern recognition algorithm in order to assign each event by its extracted features to one of the three classes namely Fall, near Fall and Naturalistic riding. Regarding the fall detection problem, it is formulated as a sequential anomaly detection problem. The Multivariate CUmulative SUM (MCUSUM) control chart was applied on the data collected from sensors mounted on the motorcycle. The obtained results on a real database have shown the effectiveness of the proposed methodology for both riding pattern recognition and critical riding events detection problems
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Ferhat Attal. Classification de situations de conduite et détection des événements critiques d'un deux roues motorisé. Mathématiques générales [math.GM]. Université Paris-Est, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015PESC1003⟩. ⟨tel-01271020⟩



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