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On credibility improvements for automotive navigation systems

Florian Schaub, Markus Hipp, Frank Kargl, Michael Weber
2012 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
However, we found in an analysis of current navigation systems that many share interaction weaknesses, which can damage the system's credibility.  ...  In this work, we analyze the impact on credibility and propose improved interaction mechanisms to enhance perceived credibility of navigation systems.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by Transregional Collaborative Research Centre SFB/TRR 62 (''Companion-Technology for Cognitive Technical Systems'') funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-012-0519-0 fatcat:5vt2dvjg4ngwtoesnhpkjrwyty

NAVIGONS - Analyzing tactons for navigation

Anna-Magdalena Krauß, Alexander Ramian, Philipp Ballin, Dennis Wittchen, Georg Freitag
2020 Mensch & Computer  
Vibro-tactile navigation systems use the sense of touch across numerous application contexts and motivations.  ...  Therefore, we apply the previously developed taxonomy VibTacX to a set of tactons used for navigation tasks – NAVIGONS.  ...  In the field of navigation, this would be the information that the user has reached his destination.  ... 
doi:10.18420/muc2020-ws121-360 dblp:conf/mc/KraussRBWF20 fatcat:mhorefshfraqjdeim2nvd2trpu

Exploring Factors that Influence Connected Drivers to (Not) Use or Follow Recommended Optimal Routes

Briane Paul V. Samson, Yasuyuki Sumi
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
Navigation applications are becoming ubiquitous in our daily navigation experiences.  ...  We found that while drivers choose a recommended route in urgent situations, many still preferred to follow familiar routes.  ...  She was noticeably surprised when the in-car navigation system guided her to a direction that's opposite from the destination.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300601 dblp:conf/chi/SamsonS19 fatcat:wlxsbojwbfgidczmwvqhqmnpkq

Use Learnable Knowledge Graph in Dialogue System for Visually Impaired Macro Navigation

Ching-Han Chen, Ming-Fang Shiu, Shu-Hui Chen
2021 Applied Sciences  
The purpose of the dialogue system is to understand the user's intention, gradually establish context through multiple conversations, and finally provide an accurate destination for the navigation system  ...  Based on the experience of using the knowledge graph in the navigation system of the visually impaired, we expect that the same framework can be applied to more fields in order to improve the practicality  ...  After parsing the input sentence [14] , we recommend using the knowledge graph (KG) as the knowledge base for reasoning dialogue. KG is a way of organizing knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11136057 fatcat:gcckpi6grfcj3gzqcu77reeiky

Interaction weaknesses of personal navigation devices

Markus Hipp, Florian Schaub, Frank Kargl, Michael Weber
2010 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications - AutomotiveUI '10  
Automotive navigation systems, especially portable navigation devices (PNDs), are gaining popularity worldwide. Drivers increasingly rely on these devices to guide them to their destination.  ...  In this paper, we report the corresponding results and identify multiple interaction weaknesses that are prevalent throughout all tested device classes.  ...  Based on these adjustments, the navigation system calculates the route.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1969773.1969796 dblp:conf/automotiveUI/HippSKW10 fatcat:moek4klrsrfarbjt44ggfhmidm

BEHAVIOUR CONTROL WITH AUGMENTED REALITY SYSTEMS FOR SHARED SPACES

V. Kamalasanan, M. Sester
2020 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Augmented Reality (AR) in a traffic context has mainly been used in navigation with path augmentation, focused around safely guiding the user with prior knowledge of the route and the destination.  ...  However when such systems work in context where a conflict of interest would arise, a rule based control logic centered on priority should be accounted for.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors cordially thank the funding provided by DAAD and participants of DFG Training Group 1931, SocialCars on the directions used in the work.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xliii-b4-2020-591-2020 fatcat:ocx4z66dvrh4zp45hgwggvyhxa

Toward Campus Mail Delivery Using BDI

Chidiebere Onyedinma, Patrick Gavigan, Babak Esfandiari
2020 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
Autonomous systems developed with the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) architecture tend to be mostly implemented in simulated environments.  ...  Ideally, the robot should receive a delivery order via a mobile application, pick up the mail at a station, navigate the tunnels to the destination station, and notify the recipient.  ...  In BDI systems, a software agent performs reasoning based upon internally held beliefs, stored in a belief base, about itself and the task environment.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan9040056 fatcat:w4gqswopznevzl3a4tj4ehswo4

Page 96 of Aerospace Engineering Vol. 16, Issue 5 [page]

1957 Aerospace Engineering  
It is not the intent of this paper to recommend one specific type of navigation system over another but rather to indicate the characteristics required to provide a navigation capability to meet military  ...  Consideration must also be given to the probability that the use of ground-based systems will be restricted in wartime. I t t t  ... 

Development of Dynamic Real-Time Navigation System

Shun FUJITA, Kayoko YAMAMOTO
2016 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
It enabled the accumulation, sharing and recommendation of information and navigation to guide users to their goals both in normal conditions and in the event of disasters. (2) The web-based system was  ...  The conclusions of this study are summarized in the following three points: (1) The system was developed by integrating Web-GIS, social media, recommendation systems and AR terminals (smart glasses) into  ...  system The recommendation system has 3 methods including the collaborative recommendation, the content-based recommendation and the knowledge-based recommendation (Jannach et al., 2012) [16] .  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2016.071116 fatcat:redqy7v6mvhu5pgznna6l7wx6m

An Ontology Based Approach to Implement the Online Recommendation System

Mohanraj
2011 Journal of Computer Science  
algorithm based on website domain ontological profile helps the recommendation system imminent navigation pattern in such a way that it provides required content while users browse the predicted navigation  ...  Conclusion: our recommendation system confirms that ontology based approach should be used to ensure excellent accuracy in predicting and capturing future navigation pattern of web user.  ...  Fig. 2 : 2 Accuracy of our Ontology based online recommendation system Vs othersFig. 3: Coverage of our ontology based online recommendation system  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2011.573.581 fatcat:y2axhk5xwjhl3d2yiv64yjw6ge

Projecting Robot Navigation Paths: Hardware and Software for Projected AR [article]

Zhao Han, Jenna Parrillo, Alexander Wilkinson, Holly A. Yanco, Tom Williams
2022 arXiv   pre-print
For mobile robots, mobile manipulators, and autonomous vehicles to safely navigate around populous places such as streets and warehouses, human observers must be able to understand their navigation intent  ...  Operating System (ROS) and rviz.  ...  In our own work, we thus made an informed decision to use arrow projections to visualize robot navigation intent. We also added a solid circle to indicate navigation destination (Fig. 2 left ).  ... 
arXiv:2112.05172v2 fatcat:ifz6wb2h5zaf5fwkibybknezs4

Navigation System for Foreign Tourists in Japan

Kayoko Yamamoto
2017 Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering B  
The present study aimed to design, develop, operate and evaluate a sightseeing navigation system in order to support foreign tourists' efficient acquisition of sightseeing spot information in Japanese  ...  The system was developed by integrating Web-GIS (Geographic Information Systems), SNS (Social Networking Services) as well as the recommendation system into a single system.  ...  Acknowledgment In the operation of the dynamic real-time navigation system and the web questionnaires of this study, enormous cooperation was received from those mainly in the Kanto region such as Kanagawa  ... 
doi:10.17265/2162-5263/2017.10.004 fatcat:kmzldx7ldzfbbe2xrpj2f7cje4

Using Augmented Reality and Location-Awareness to Enhance Visitor Experience: A Case Study of a Theme Park App

Cheng Man Chan, Sian Lun Lau
2020 2020 IEEE Graphics and Multimedia (GAME)  
The purpose of this study is to develop a location-based mobile application for theme park visitors to enhance their visiting experience.  ...  Existing researches show that the integration of location-based services (LBS) is potentially adding significant values to the mobile tourism industry.  ...  Some of them suggest that the location-based functionality can be improved by guiding or navigating users to a particular destination.  ... 
doi:10.1109/game50158.2020.9315158 fatcat:3c7g5bpcprakvm4pkfdkgwg4vu

Task-sensitive cinematography interfaces for interactive 3D learning environments

William H. Bares, Luke S. Zettlemoyer, Dennis W. Rodriguez, James C. Lester
1998 Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '98  
In these environments, students interactively solve problems by directing their avatars to navigate through complex worlds, transport entities from one location to another, and manipulate devices.  ...  Cinematic task models dynamically map the intentional structure of users' activities to visual structures that continuously depict the most relevant actions and objects in the environment.  ...  in a network-based representation reminiscent of early planning systems [20] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/268389.268405 dblp:conf/iui/BaresZRL98 fatcat:xzeb3xpzsncfrklftggwg2ds2i

An On-the-Road Comparison of In-Vehicle Navigation Assistance Systems

David W. Eby, Lidia P. Kostyniuk
1999 Human Factors  
Even though the drivers had the option of deviating from the routes recommended by their navigation system, most reported following the turn recommendations frequently regardless of the system they used  ...  In the first configuration, the ADVANCE system provided dynamic routing information while the driver drove to a specified destination that was based on both historic and real-time traffic information;  ... 
doi:10.1518/001872099779591222 fatcat:s5shuewaovek3mycjcfrqpvzv4
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