License Plate Recognition
13 papers with code • 10 benchmarks • 6 datasets
This paper proposes LPRNet - end-to-end method for Automatic License Plate Recognition without preliminary character segmentation.
First, in the SSIG dataset, composed of 2, 000 frames from 101 vehicle videos, our system achieved a recognition rate of 93. 53% and 47 Frames Per Second (FPS), performing better than both Sighthound and OpenALPR commercial systems (89. 80% and 93. 03%, respectively) and considerably outperforming previous results (81. 80%).
Despite the large number of both commercial and academic methods for Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR), most existing approaches are focused on a specific license plate (LP) region (e. g. European, US, Brazilian, Taiwanese, etc.
Unconstrained text recognition is an important computer vision task, featuring a wide variety of different sub-tasks, each with its own set of challenges.
An Efficient and Layout-Independent Automatic License Plate Recognition System Based on the YOLO detector
This paper presents an efficient and layout-independent Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) system based on the state-of-the-art YOLO object detector that contains a unified approach for license plate (LP) detection and layout classification to improve the recognition results using post-processing rules.
Practical License Plate Recognition in Unconstrained Surveillance Systems with Adversarial Super-Resolution
Although most current license plate (LP) recognition applications have been significantly advanced, they are still limited to ideal environments where training data are carefully annotated with constrained scenes.
Vehicle-Rear: A New Dataset to Explore Feature Fusion for Vehicle Identification Using Convolutional Neural Networks
To explore our dataset we design a two-stream CNN that simultaneously uses two of the most distinctive and persistent features available: the vehicle's appearance and its license plate.
GRAPHITE: Generating Automatic Physical Examples for Machine-Learning Attacks on Computer Vision Systems
We address three key requirements for practical attacks for the real-world: 1) automatically constraining the size and shape of the attack so it can be applied with stickers, 2) transform-robustness, i. e., robustness of a attack to environmental physical variations such as viewpoint and lighting changes, and 3) supporting attacks in not only white-box, but also black-box hard-label scenarios, so that the adversary can attack proprietary models.
Second, we propose to predict the quadrilateral bounding box in the local region by regressing the four corners of the license plate to robustly detect oblique license plates.
Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) systems have shown remarkable performance on license plates (LPs) from multiple regions due to advances in deep learning and the increasing availability of datasets.