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Discrimination of Effects between Directional and Nondirectional Information of Auditory Warning on Driving Behavior
Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society
This study examines the impacts of directional and nondirectional auditory warning information in a collision warning system (CWS) on driving behavior. The data on driving behavior is collected through experiment, with scenarios containing unexpected hazard events that include different warning content. As drivers approached the collision event, either a CWS auditory warning was given or no warning was given for a reference group. Discriminant analysis was used to investigate the relationshipdoi:10.1155/2015/980281 fatcat:qsydextilzfuledjbi2v2vtke4