1994-03-01

The Use of Signal Processing Techniques in an Occupant Detection System 940906

An occupant detection system must employ advanced signal processing techniques if it is to work throughout a full range of environmental variations, and make use of all potentially relevant information. This review begins with a discussion of the kinds of signals that one expects from an occupant position sensor described in [1]. Potential noise sources are then examined. The kinds of information that can be extracted from those signals are described. Finally, an example of the application of signal processing techniques to a complex problem is presented.

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