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A Fuzzy Based Deep Learning Model to Identify the Pattern Recognition for Licensed Plates in Smart Vehicle Management System


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1 Department of Information Technology, Karpagam Institute of Technology, India
2 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, St. Joseph’s Institute of Technology, India
3 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SNS College of Engineering,, India
 

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In general, vehicle management is based on the proper maintenance and safety of a vehicle. Based on this the quality of the vehicle is calculated. Most of the older vehicles are currently of poor quality and are producing high levels of pollution. Thus, it is necessary to find information about those vehicles. The number plate is helpful to find the information about the vehicle. In this paper, the number blood detection method is proposed. It is based on the fuzzy model and developed in the way of deep learning. Its main purpose is to provide accurate vehicle details from a given set of data. It has also been upgraded to provide its safety measures to its owner based on the vehicle data. Thus, this proposed model prevents major accidents. These functions can also be very helpful in recovering vehicles based on data from stolen vehicles.

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Vehicle Management, Fuzzy Model, Deep Learning, Number Plate
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  • A Fuzzy Based Deep Learning Model to Identify the Pattern Recognition for Licensed Plates in Smart Vehicle Management System

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Authors

B. Chellapraba
Department of Information Technology, Karpagam Institute of Technology, India
D. Manohari
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, St. Joseph’s Institute of Technology, India
M.S. Kavitha
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SNS College of Engineering,, India
K. Periyakaruppan Periyakaruppan
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SNS College of Engineering,, India

Abstract


In general, vehicle management is based on the proper maintenance and safety of a vehicle. Based on this the quality of the vehicle is calculated. Most of the older vehicles are currently of poor quality and are producing high levels of pollution. Thus, it is necessary to find information about those vehicles. The number plate is helpful to find the information about the vehicle. In this paper, the number blood detection method is proposed. It is based on the fuzzy model and developed in the way of deep learning. Its main purpose is to provide accurate vehicle details from a given set of data. It has also been upgraded to provide its safety measures to its owner based on the vehicle data. Thus, this proposed model prevents major accidents. These functions can also be very helpful in recovering vehicles based on data from stolen vehicles.

Keywords


Vehicle Management, Fuzzy Model, Deep Learning, Number Plate

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