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Driver Fatigue Detection Systems: A Review
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Chai et al. [62] investigate the effectiveness of Sparse-DBN for EEG based fatigue detection. Sparse-DBN is a semi-supervised learning method. Active fatigue is mental depletion caused by active engagement in a task. Humans with intense long hours of work, experience, active fatigue. Passive fatigue
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  • Chai et al. [62] investigate the effectiveness of Sparse-DBN for EEG based fatigue detection. Sparse-DBN is a semi-supervised learning method.
  • Active fatigue is mental depletion caused by active engagement in a task. Humans with intense long hours of work, experience, active fatigue. Passive fatigue is caused by a monotonous task or inattention. Even if a human is not tired a monotonous task will distract from the primary task.
  • Fatigue can be classified into active, passive and sleep related fatigue
  • A study in [22] has suggested that the sensitivity of driving performance to fatigue is higher on straight roads such as highways as compared to curved roads because driving on highways is monotonous and causes passive fatigue.
  • consequently accidents might occur not due to the fact that driver is tired but the driver being distracted from the road.

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