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Why drivers are frustrated: results from a diary study and focus groups

Esther Bosch, Klas Ihme, Uwe Drewitz, Meike Jipp, Michael Oehl
2020 European Transport Research Review  
This knowledge will help to design a frustration-aware system that monitors the driver's environment according to the spectrum of frustration causes found in the research presented here.  ...  Introduction Designing emotion-aware systems has become a manageable aim through recent developments in computer vision and machine learning.  ...  Focus Group study: MO conceived, designed and acquired the data in consultation with EB and KI. EB did data analysis and interpretation with help of MO und KI.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12544-020-00441-7 doaj:db2279599510425e8cf98e1e17d76f68 fatcat:jl47bkmiwzcfbcs3yp2cg6yb5e

Drivers' attitudes toward imperfect distraction mitigation strategies

Birsen Donmez, Linda Ng Boyle, John D. Lee, Daniel V. McGehee
2006 Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour  
Previous studies have shown that in-vehicle tasks undermine driver safety, and that there is a need for strategies to reduce the effects of in-vehicle distractions.  ...  When the system falsely adapted to the road situation, trust in the strategies declined.  ...  Additional assistance in the review and preparation of the manuscript was also provided by two anonymous reviewers and individuals at the University of Iowa from the Human Factors and Statistical Modeling  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trf.2006.02.001 fatcat:4nhlbiri25bn3lhnr5x7efcndq

Common hazards and their mitigating measures in work zones: A qualitative study of worker perceptions

Ashim Kumar Debnath, Ross Blackman, Narelle Haworth
2015 Safety Science  
on the likely effectiveness of current or future approaches to hazard mitigation.  ...  Excessive vehicle speeds, driver distraction and aggression towards roadworkers, working in wet weather, at night and close to traffic stream were among the most common hazards noted by workers.  ...  The comments expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the policies of these organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2014.09.022 fatcat:np3x34yrpnexhngcfmfkyoql6u

Improving Driver Emotions with Affective Strategies

Michael Braun, Jonas Schubert, Bastian Pfleging, Florian Alt
2019 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
Recent advances in affective computing, however, allow for the detection of such states and give us tools to tackle the connected problems within automotive user interfaces.  ...  We see potential in building a system which reacts upon possibly dangerous driver states and influences the driver in order to drive more safely.  ...  In this work, we take the viability of psychophysiological sensing of emotions as a given prerequisite for affective in-car systems and focus on interaction techniques to mitigate the effects of negative  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti3010021 fatcat:6qx6c5i6tfcixeyom2fgjlf2jm

Mixed-Initiative Control of a Roadable Air Vehicle for Non-Pilots

Michael Christian Dorneich, Emmanuel Letsu-Dake, Sanjiv Singh, Sebastian Scherer, Lyle Chamberlain, Marcel Bergerman
2015 Journal of Human-Robot Interaction  
A mixed-initiative control approach mitigates these vulnerabilities by integrating the operator into many complex control domains in the way that they often expect-flexibly in charge, aware, but not required  ...  This work developed and evaluated a human-machine interface for the control of a roadable air vehicle (RAV), capable of surface driving, vertical takeoff, sustained flight, and landing.  ...  Finally, the authors wish to thank Leslie Potter for review of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.5898/jhri.4.3.dorneich fatcat:2aoq2xu265bxrinatlmlx2i4uq

AFFECTIVE COMPUTING: INVASIVE TECHNOLOGY AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS TO PROTECT CONSUMERS

2010 Issues in Information Systems  
The problem is that the laws in the United States do not address any of the potential problems that these devices will bring to light.  ...  One new field of study that has come from this convergence is affective computing.  ...  It may also help the child identify how the parent Issues in Information Systems feels towards them.  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2010_577-584 fatcat:slswu4ananca3gjcovlfj3znym

Audio visual cues in driver affect characterization: Issues and challenges in developing robust approaches

Ashish Tawari, Mohan M Trivedi
2011 The 2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks  
In this paper, we review some of the existing approaches for analyzing invehicle driver affect using audio and visual cues.  ...  Even mildly positive feeling can have a profound effect on the flexibility and efficiency of thinking and problem solving.  ...  The first step for the design of future intelligent driver assistance system is to provide ability to detect subtleties of and changes in the driver's affective behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ijcnn.2011.6033615 dblp:conf/ijcnn/TawariT11 fatcat:nvykfx5hgna6ndengjtqmhbpmi

In-vehicle technology for self-driving cars: Advantages and challenges for aging drivers

J. Yang, J. F. Coughlin
2014 International Journal of Automotive Technology  
We expect the results of our study to be a foundation for further developments toward the consideration of needs of aging drivers while designing self-driving vehicles.  ...  Ironically, the driver or the driver-vehicle interaction is a largely neglected factor in the development of enabling technologies for autonomous vehicles.  ...  further developments toward the consideration of needs of aging drivers while designing self-driving vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12239-014-0034-6 fatcat:xm5v7bc2ojarhnp3o4mgjvbuke

Analysis of Real-World Driver's Frustration

Lucas Malta, Chiyomi Miyajima, Norihide Kitaoka, Kazuya Takeda
2011 IEEE transactions on intelligent transportation systems (Print)  
This study investigates a method for estimating a driver's spontaneous frustration in the real world.  ...  When all of the available information is used, the overall estimation achieves a true positive rate of 80% and a false positive rate of 9% (i.e., the system correctly estimates 80% of the frustration and  ...  Data Collection Vehicle A data collection vehicle was designed for synchronously recording audio with other multimedia data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tits.2010.2070839 fatcat:m53dj5lcqneqpl7rnaxa3gpvv4

Self-Interruptions of Non-Driving Related Tasks in Automated Vehicles: Mobile vs Head-Up Display

Michael A. Gerber, Ronald Schroeter, Li Xiaomeng, Mohammed Elhenawy
2020 Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
Our results may benefit the design of future attention management systems by informing the visual and temporal integration of the driving and non-driving related task.  ...  Eye and head tracking data revealed more self-interruptions in the HUD condition, suggesting a higher likelihood of a higher situation awareness.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank Seeing Machines for their support of the project, making the Driver Monitoring System (DMS) available in our  ... 
doi:10.1145/3313831.3376751 dblp:conf/chi/GerberSLE20 fatcat:t6i4npafx5e2dpqgfuhyc6jxvu

Considering Etiquette in the Design of an Adaptive System

Michael C. Dorneich, Patricia May Ververs, Santosh Mathan, Stephen Whitlow, Caroline C. Hayes
2012 Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making  
In this article, the authors empirically assess the costs and benefits of designing an adaptive system to follow social conventions regarding the appropriateness of interruptions.  ...  This work empirically quantifies costs and benefits of "appropriate" interruption behaviors, demonstrating the value of designing adaptive agents that follow social conventions for interactions with humans  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by a contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Center, DAAD16-03-C-0054, for which Capt.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1555343412441001 fatcat:sfuhjl7k7zeandtpxrai3zt4ry

Participatory Prototyping to Inform the Development of a Remote UX Design System in the Automotive Domain

Stavros Tasoudis, Mark Perry
2018 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
This study reports on the empirical findings of participatory design workshops for the development of a supportive automotive user experience design system.  ...  , engagement, naturalness, ease of use, information retrieval, self-image awareness, politeness, and flexibility.  ...  The founding sponsors had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, and in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti2040074 fatcat:pggkwu5fx5djlkocwtpaxhg274

Reducing Driver Task Load and Promoting Sociability through an Affective Intelligent Driving Agent (AIDA) [chapter]

Kenton Williams, Cynthia Breazeal
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work outlines the development of an Affective Intelligent Driving Agent (AIDA), a social robot that sits in a vehicle's dashboard and behaves as a friendly assistant.  ...  This highly expressive robot uses an Android smartphone as its face, which serves as the main computational unit for the system.  ...  H3 -Impact of Embodiment: Validated. The AIDA robot was able to elicit more personally directed non-verbal cues to the driver.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40498-6_53 fatcat:joacmsohhfdg5mo3hl3heklhhm

Boredom in the Workplace

Mary L. Cummings, Fei Gao, Kris M. Thornburg
2015 Human Factors  
Application: Personnel selection and improvements in system and task design can potentially mitigate boredom. However, more work is needed to develop and evaluate other potential interventions.  ...  increasing tedium in the workplace, there is a need to not only better understand the multiple facets of boredom in work environments, but to develop targeted mitigation strategies.  ...  Because of the move towards more automated systems in the future, a better understanding is needed to enable intervention and mitigation of possible negative impacts.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018720815609503 pmid:26490443 fatcat:ddhqwyirzndbnp4yufq4wmsbt4

Analyzing the Impact of Different Transport Governance Strategies on Climate Change

Shengrun Zhang, Frank Witlox
2019 Sustainability  
Transport agencies everywhere in the world are focusing on mitigation strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  ...  They require a functional, reliable, and effective transport system and these can only be derived by properly formulated and implemented policies with the aid of all relevant private, academic, and government  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12010200 fatcat:rcwwca34orb7navr2m2hk2ho5q
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