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How do cognitive distraction affect driver intent of changing lanes?
20101123 ST [electronic version only]
Zhou, H. Itoh, M. & Inagaki, T.
In: Intelligent Robotics and Applications : proceedings of the Second International Conference, ICIRA 2009, Singapore, December 16-18, 2009, edited by M. Xie et al., ISBN 978-3-642-10816-7, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 5928 (2009), p. 235-244, 15 ref.

Samenvatting This paper revealed effects of cognitive distraction on driver intent of changing lanes. We conducted an experiment to collect data of driver’s eye-movement on checking traffic conditions and driving behavior in lane changes in two conditions: driving only and performing a secondary task during driving. The result indicated that there were two types of changes in terms of the intent: (1) driver intent emerges lately and (2) the intent emerges without enough checking on traffic conditions. The investigation also showed that a driver made a decision of changing lanes in a relatively short time period due to driver distraction, which might increase risk in driving. Those findings implied necessity for an intent detection method adaptive to driver psychological state. (Author/publisher)
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