Every driver has his/her own unique style of driving. Along with weather and traffic, the driver’s driving experience, vehicle handling ability, mental and physical state, all influence the way the maneuver is executed. Identifying and evaluating maneuvers fall into a system of sequential tasks which help prune the search space of all possible driving scenarios to eventually detect driver distractions.
The deviations from the normal execution pattern are reflected in the feature space of this maneuver as yellow or red squares. These "abnormal" instances of the maneuver are still recognized as type "x" by the classifier but the intra class separation suggests that they can be marked as outliers.
The recent studies on Driving Behavior Analysis: