Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of 2012/Projects/IPSParkNet


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Aug 2, 2012, 4:38:19 PM (5 years ago)
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    39   Throughout the project, this MATLAB application was an incredible asset for processing the near innumerable amounts of vital data. Generated in MATLAB by Temple Graduate Student Vladimir Coric, this application is a variation upon the GUI originally used by the first ParkNet Project. Originally intended for use in identifying and comparing the results from ParkNet ultrasound sensors and the ground truth generating cameras on top of the devices, this application required a user to manually input whether or not a car was in sensor reading (as identified as a line). The input was then recorded and compared to the collected data (small line graph on the side). However, the new application not only added variety to the original options(from: "no car and a car" to "no car, car, intersection, fire hydrant, wrong lane, etc...), it greatly reduced the time taken in analyzing the collected ~1.5 million data points. 
     39  Throughout the project, this MATLAB application was an incredible asset for processing the near innumerable amounts of vital data. Generated in MATLAB by Temple Graduate Student Vladimir Coric, this application is a variation upon the GUI originally used by the first !ParkNet Project. Originally intended for use in identifying and comparing the results from !ParkNet ultrasound sensors and the ground truth generating cameras on top of the devices, this application required a user to manually input whether or not a car was in sensor reading (as identified as a line). The input was then recorded and compared to the collected data (small line graph on the side). However, the new application not only added variety to the original options(from: "no car and a car" to "no car, car, intersection, fire hydrant, wrong lane, etc...), it greatly reduced the time taken in analyzing the collected ~1.5 million data points. 
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    4141Authors: Vladimir Coric (vladimir.coric@temple.edu), Patrick Yuen**