Modelling Driver Behaviourin Automotive Environments: Critical Issuesin Driver Interactions with IntelligentTransport Systems

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Title

Modelling Driver Behaviourin Automotive Environments: Critical Issuesin Driver Interactions with IntelligentTransport Systems

Subject

Ergonomics

Description

Human (or operator) modelling has been an extensive area of research in many
application areas, such as artificial intelligence, aviation, probabilistic risk assessments, system safety analysis and human performances in working contexts
(Cacciabue et al., 1993; Baron et al., 1980). Still, human behaviour is fairly contextual and substantially different from one person to another. Thus, the initial
linear models have been gradually replaced by nonlinear and even probabilistic
models, based upon artificial intelligence (AI) principles, such as artificial neural
networks or genetic algorithms. This becomes even more intrigued if we consider
a complex behavioural task such as vehicle driving.Human (or operator) modelling has been an extensive area of research in many
application areas, such as artificial intelligence, aviation, probabilistic risk assessments, system safety analysis and human performances in working contexts
(Cacciabue et al., 1993; Baron et al., 1980). Still, human behaviour is fairly contextual and substantially different from one person to another. Thus, the initial
linear models have been gradually replaced by nonlinear and even probabilistic
models, based upon artificial intelligence (AI) principles, such as artificial neural
networks or genetic algorithms. This becomes even more intrigued if we consider
a complex behavioural task such as vehicle driving.

Creator

P.Carlo Cacciabue,Ph.D.

Source

springer. com

Publisher

Springer-Verlag London Limited

Date

2007

Language

English

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Collection

Citation

P.Carlo Cacciabue,Ph.D., “Modelling Driver Behaviourin Automotive Environments: Critical Issuesin Driver Interactions with IntelligentTransport Systems,” Portal Ebook UNTAG SURABAYA, accessed June 22, 2024, https://ebook.untag-sby.ac.id/items/show/1075.