Instrumentation and Features Selection Using a Realistic Car Simulator in Order to Perform Efficient Single-User Drunkenness Analysis

Abstract : We instrumented a car simulator by gathering low level data and fed it to an artificial neural network in order to perform blood alcohol content (BAC) estimations. The results depend on the quality of the data extraction and processing, and also on the selected inputs. We explain our data extraction and processing methodology, and how we used it to generate reliable and comparable features. At last, we describe the performances of individual features and how they combine. In the end, the prototype was able to accurately estimate the BAC value of a subject after being trained with driving samples of this subject with various BAC values.
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ACHI 2013, The Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Feb 2013, Nice, France. pp.407-421, 2013
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Audrey Robinel, Didier Puzenat. Instrumentation and Features Selection Using a Realistic Car Simulator in Order to Perform Efficient Single-User Drunkenness Analysis. ACHI 2013, The Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Feb 2013, Nice, France. pp.407-421, 2013. <hal-00850137>

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