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Are you in the loop? Using gaze dispersion to understand driver visual attention during vehicle automation

Tyron Louw, Natasha Merat
2017 Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies  
fog, and 4) manipulation by heavy fog with a secondary task, which were used to induce varying levels of engagement with the driving task.  ...  Using a between-participant design, 60 drivers (15 in each group) experienced automation with one of four screen manipulations: 1) no manipulation, 2) manipulation by light fog, 3) manipulation by heavy  ...  Tomlinson for their assistance in implementing the simulator scenarios.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trc.2017.01.001 fatcat:nm22vqxsjfgmnekw6xm4gqosem

Are You In The Loop? Using Gaze Dispersion To Understand Driver Visual Attention During Vehicle Automation

Tyron Louw
2017 Zenodo  
fog, and 4) manipulation by heavy fog with a secondary task, which were used to induce varying levels of engagement with the driving task.  ...  Using a between-participant design, 60 drivers (15 in each group) experienced automation with one of four screen manipulations: 1) no manipulation, 2) manipulation by light fog, 3) manipulation by heavy  ...  Tomlinson for their assistance in implementing the simulator scenarios.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.235571 fatcat:d3iktbjbnzbvrealeykkwxz76u

Interrupted by my car? Implications of interruption and interleaving research for automated vehicles

Christian P. Janssen, Shamsi T. Iqbal, Andrew L. Kun, Stella F. Donker
2019 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
attention between non-driving and driving tasks, and given that a transition constitutes of multiple stages.  ...  As vehicles of the future take on more of the driving responsibility and the role of the driver transitions into more of a monitoring capacity, the traditional notions of interruption and attention management  ...  Andrew Kun was in part supported by NSF grant CMMI-1840085. The funding organizations had no involvement in the nature or design of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2019.07.004 fatcat:2pw4vzvecvb7thqum57p4kek5a

Safe reopening of college campuses during COVID-19: The University of California experience in Fall 2020

Brad H. Pollock, A. Marm Kilpatrick, David P. Eisenman, Kristie L. Elton, George W. Rutherford, Bernadette M. Boden-Albala, David M. Souleles, Laura E. Polito, Natasha K. Martin, Carrie L. Byington, Dong Keon Yon
2021 PLoS ONE  
resumption of normal campus operations and in-person instruction.  ...  Conclusions The layered mitigation approach used on UC campuses, informed by public health science and augmented perhaps by a more compliant population, likely minimized campus transmission and outbreaks  ...  Acknowledgments This report represents contributions of many individuals in the University of California System, listed in S1 Appendix.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0258738 pmid:34735480 pmcid:PMC8568179 fatcat:yjsnpfewjrcyfogajxh2jsqjam

Review of bus drivers' occupational stress and stress prevention

Michiel A. J. Kompier, Vittorio Di Martino
1995 Stress Medicine  
Several recommendationssome of them already being implemented by bus companiesare presented in order to reduce work stress in bus drivers.  ...  They relate to: (a) ergonomics of the bus cabin, (b) job rotation and 'combination jobs', (c) timetables, shift schedules and quality of break periods, and (d) the social work environment and management  ...  Twelve authors use broad questionnaires to study health effects and constraints in the working situation.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smi.2460110141 fatcat:3s6ipdz32rdc5kbemmeh7nrqlu

Transition to manual: Driver behaviour when resuming control from a highly automated vehicle

Natasha Merat, A. Hamish Jamson, Frank C.H. Lai, Michael Daly, Oliver M.J. Carsten
2014 Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour  
In addition to studying the time it took drivers to successfully resume control from the automated system, eye tracking data were used to observe visual attention to the surrounding environment and the  ...  As regular disengagement of automation is not a particularly practical method for keeping drivers in the loop, future research should consider how to best inform drivers of their obligation to resume control  ...  The authors would like to thank Anthony Horrobin for his assistance in implementing the simulator scenarios and data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trf.2014.09.005 fatcat:eybsqcqrzzct7mj5lglznjtome

Effects of menu structure and touch screen scrolling style on the variability of glance durations during in-vehicle visual search tasks

Tuomo Kujala, Pertti Saariluoma
2011 Ergonomics  
We also want to thank the two anonymous reviewers for providing helpful and constructive comments and thus helping us to significantly improve the quality of the paper.  ...  This work was supported by Theseus, a research collaboration project on human-technology interaction funded by TEKES (Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation).  ...  The research seems to support our conclusions and enabled us to explain the found interaction phenomena based on general properties of human attention. Table 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140139.2011.592601 pmid:21846310 fatcat:ikon3pj72bhvvpv2qvei63hgy4

Browsing the information highway while driving: three in-vehicle touch screen scrolling methods and driver distraction

Tuomo Kujala
2012 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Acknowledgments The author wants to express gratitude especially to Mikko Nirhamo at Nokia for providing the  ...  Introduction Possible safety effects of in-vehicle information system (IVIS) use while driving is a topic gaining more and more attention these days because of the fast development of ubiquitous mobile  ...  Here, the explanatory factor is assumed to be the Kinetic's poor support for the resumption of in-vehicle visual search after interruptions and thus, for the development of systematic visual sampling strategies  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-012-0517-2 fatcat:zg462braq5eodlxee5w2qsxe54

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  
However, a better understanding of how drivers self-interrupt while engaging in NDRTs is required to inform such 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.  ...  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

Evaluation of providing military service organizations economic performance by executive dashboards

Marcelo David Davis, Esdras Carlos de Santana, Maria de Fátima Bandeira dos Santos, Renato Santiago Quintal, Jorge Luiz Tesch Santos
2016 Independent Journal of Management & Production  
The subject of this article is to explore what are the possibilities and limitations of the use of a computerized system of executive dashboards to evaluate the providing military service organizations  ...  corrections; integration of information in a data platform safer; creating historical series for the preparation of studies and works with applications in Brazilian Navy and academia, and finally, facilitating  ...  Executive Dashboard, which access occurs in a virtual environment through the link provided in Directorship's webpage.  ... 
doi:10.14807/ijmp.v7i4.484 fatcat:2ptzn6ulwraivpysdxbfrtouyi

From Service Clouds to User-Centric Personal Clouds

Liliana Ardissono, Anna Goy, Giovanna Petrone, Marino Segnan
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing  
Moreover, being based on an open architecture, the PCP supports the integration of external applications, selected by the enterprise user.  ...  We present the Personal Cloud Platform (PCP) for the management of service clouds providing the user with a unified environment for handling her/his activities and collaborations.  ...  viewpoint of the user, who would benefit from managing all her/his tasks in the same environment, and from receiving a holistic awareness support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cloud.2009.61 dblp:conf/IEEEcloud/ArdissonoGPS09 fatcat:rj7lp5h3czd3xitthgckckqicq

Role of expertise and action in motion extrapolation from real road scenes

Colin Blättler, Vincent Ferrari, André Didierjean, Evelyne Marmèche
2012 Visual Cognition  
This extra task is indeed very different from those classically used in the study of representational momentum (Hayes & Freyd, 2002) .  ...  The dual task our participants had to manage was not independent of the main task. Both the driving task and the anticipation task had to be integrated into the same driving scenario.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13506285.2012.716799 fatcat:ksl2lvvu2vddpio5pqgqhzqqdi

Classroom Orchestration

Raija Hämäläinen, Kati Laine
2014 International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments  
techniques for enabling teachers to better control devices in classrooms, or supporting reflective practices of teachers.  ...  We designed and developed Toccata to support the planning of pedagogical activities (scripting), seamless sharing of content and collaboration across people and devices, live management of activities in  ...  We would like to thank all teachers and students who participated in the studies.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijvple.2014070103 fatcat:3hod4j3x7fb7xk35m425awt3yq

Toccata

Valentin Lachand, Christine Michel, Aurélien Tabard
2019 Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive Mobile Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies  
techniques for enabling teachers to better control devices in classrooms, or supporting reflective practices of teachers.  ...  We designed and developed Toccata to support the planning of pedagogical activities (scripting), seamless sharing of content and collaboration across people and devices, live management of activities in  ...  We would like to thank all teachers and students who participated in the studies.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3328924 fatcat:kyf6y3lesfcdfnjqyqyzlehxjq

Interruption management and office norms: Technology adoption lessons from a product commercialization study

Birsen Donmez, Zannah Matson, Beth Savan, Ellie Farahani, David Photiadis, Joanna Dafoe
2014 International Journal of Information Management  
In spite of high levels of perceived usefulness reported by our participants, need and ease of use alone were insufficient to predict uptake; when technology has implications for the office behavioral  ...  environment, it must be supported by social norms encouraging adoption.  ...  We would also like to thank Cole Wheeler for his support in the design and conduct of the usability study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2014.08.003 fatcat:ai3mpxng6fcubklaw2peeenstm
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