Towards a Human-Centred Cognitive Model of Visuospatial Complexity in Everyday Driving [article]

Vasiliki Kondyli and Mehul Bhatt and Jakob Suchan
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We develop a human-centred, cognitive model of visuospatial complexity in everyday, naturalistic driving conditions. With a focus on visual perception, the model incorporates quantitative, structural, and dynamic attributes identifiable in the chosen context; the human-centred basis of the model lies in its behavioural evaluation with human subjects with respect to psychophysical measures pertaining to embodied visuoauditory attention. We report preliminary steps to apply the developed
more » ... model of visuospatial complexity for human-factors guided dataset creation and benchmarking, and for its use as a semantic template for the (explainable) computational analysis of visuospatial complexity.
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