Arun Kumar P M,Kannimuthu S,



Driver behavior,Drowsiness detection,Machine learning,Traffic accident analysis,


The impact of good driving and rode safety plays a major role in automobile sector. Though autonomous driving and modern driving techniques are improving worldwide, the study of driver behavior and characteristics become indispensable. The research on driving science has taken long strides since its inception.  Driving behavior analysis requires more valid attributes and the evaluation process requires better prediction models .The role of Artificial intelligence and machine learning in driver-behavior prediction have given new dimension to extract valuable results. This paper deploys a novel scheme to predict the driver behavior using advanced machine learning technique.


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