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Advances in Human Aspects of Road and Rail Transportation

Edited by Neville A. Stanton

CRC Press – 2012 – 878 pages

Series: Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics Series

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    July 16th 2012

Description

Human factors and ergonomics have made considerable contributions to the research, design, development, operation and analysis of transportation systems and their complementary infrastructure. This volume focuses on the causations of road accidents, the function and design of roads and signs, the design of automobiles, and the training of the driver. It covers accident analyses, air traffic control, control rooms, intelligent transportation systems, and new systems and technologies.

Contents

DESIGN OF DRIVER - VEHICLE SYSTEMS INTERACTION

Evaluation of a contact analogue head-up display for highly automated driving, D. Damböck, T. Weißgerber, M. Kienle and K. Bengler, Germany

Optimized combination of operating modalities and menu tasks for the interaction between driver and infotainment-system using a touchpad with haptic feedback, A. Blattner, K. Bengler and W. Hamberger, Germany

A review of HMI issues experienced by early adopters of low carbon vehicles, A. Woodcock, T. Wellings and J. Binnersley, UK

The error prevention effects and mechanisms of pointing, T. Masuda, M. Shigemori, A. Sato, G. Naito, G. Chiba and S. Haga, Japan

Implementation and evaluation of lane departure warning and assistance systems, E. Johansson, E. Karlsson, C. Larsson and L. Eriksson, Sweden

On learning characteristics of automotive integrated switch system using face direction, T. Hayami, A. Murata, Y. Urakami, M. Moriwaka, S. Ueda, and A. Takahashi, Japan

Focusing on drivers' opinions and road safety impact of Blind Spot Information System (BLIS), G. Piccinini, A. Simões and C. Rodrigues, Portugal

Speed vs. acceleration advice for advisory cooperative driving, Q. Shahab and J. Terken, The Netherlands

LDW or rumble strips in unintentional lane departures: Driver acceptance and performance, L. Eriksson, A. Bolling, T. Alm, A. Andersson, C. Ahlstrom, B. Blissing and G. Nilsson, Sweden

Human factors in a compact mobile workspace: A case study of patrol vehicles, M. Sepoori and J. Hill, USA

Modular dashboard for flexible in car HMI testing, F. Sulzmann, V. Melcher, F. Diederichs and R. Sahar, Germany

Impact of feedback torque level on perceived comfort and control in steer-by-wire systems, S. Anand, J. Terken, J. Hogema and J.-B. Martens, The Netherlands

Automotive speech interfaces: Concepts for a better user experience, O. Tsimhoni and U. Winter, Israel, and T. Grost, USA

Remote target detection using an unmanned vehicle: Contribution of telepresence features, C. Jansen, The Netherlands, L. Elliott, USA, L. van Breda, The Netherlands, E. Redden and M. Barnes, USA

Optimizing the design of driver support: Applying human cognition as a design feature, B. van Waterschoot and M. van der Voort, The Netherlands

Dictating and editing short texts while driving, J. Curin, J. Kleindienst, M. Labsky and T. Macek, Czech Republic, H. Young, A. Thyme-Gobbel, L. König, H. Quast and C. Couvreur, USA

User adaptation in automotive environments, M. Sun and A. Rudnicky, USA, and U. Winter, Israel

Traffic light assistant – Evaluation of information presentation, M. Krause and K. Bengler, Germany

Using communication research for cultural variability in HMI design, D. Carbaugh, E. Molina-Markham and B. van Over, USA, and U. Winter, Israel

Language models for text messaging based on driving workload, R. Hecht, E. Tzirkel and O. Tsimhoni, Israel

Turn-by-turn navigation guidance for complex interactions, P. Wang, China, and O. Tsimhoni, Israel

Identifying customer-oriented key aspects of perception with focus on longitudinal vehicle dynamics, T. Mueller, C. Gold, A. Eichinger and K. Bengler, Germany

DISTRACTION OF THE DRIVER

The role of situation awareness in classifying driver cognitive distraction states, Y. Zhang and D. Kaber, USA

Couples arguing when driving, findings from local and remote conversations, A. Stephens, Ireland, and T. Lansdown, UK

An on-road examination of the errors made by distracted and undistracted drivers, K. Young, P. Salmon and M. Cornelissen, Australia

Driver's distraction and inattention profile in typical urban high speed arterials, N. Eliou and E. Misokefalou, Greece

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF VEHICLES

Evaluation of interaction concepts for the longitudinal dynamics of electric vehicles - Results of study focused on driving experience, T. Eberl, R. Sharma, R. Stroph, J. Schumann and A. Pruckner, Germany

Innovative environmental design in means and systems of transport with particular emphasis on the human factor, I. Grabarek and W. Choromanski, Poland

Multifactor combinations and associations with performance in an air traffic control simulation, T. Edwards, S. Sharples and J. Wilson,UK, and B. Kirwan, France

Driving faster or slower? Biased judgments of fuel consumption at changing speeds, G. Eriksson and O. Svenson, Sweden

Merging navigation and anticipation assistance for fuel-saving, C. Rommerskirchen and K. Bengler, Germany

INTEGRATED TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

The impact of an integrated transport system: An ethnographic case study of the experiences of Metrocable users in Medellin-Colombia, A. Roa-Atkinson, P. Atkinson, J. Osmond and A. Woodcock, UK

The multi-facetted public transport problems revealed by a small scale transport study, A. Woodcock, S. Topolavic and J. Osmond, UK

Identifying the information needs of users in public transport, S. Hörold, C. Mayas and H. Krömker, Germany

Accessibility in public transport - A psychosocial approach, F. Nickpour and P. Jordan, UK

Human behavior, infrastructure and transport planning, H. Frey and C. Chaloupka-Risser, Austria

INTERNATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN DRIVERS

Normative influences across cultures: Conceptual differences and potential confounders among drivers is Australia and China, J. Fleiter, B. Watson, A. Lennon and M. King, Australia, and K. Shi, China

The MINI E field study - Similarities and differences in international everyday EV driving, R. Vilimek, A. Keinath and M. Schwalm, Germany

INVESTIGATIONS INTO SAFETY AND ACCIDENTS

A critical review of the STAMP, FRAM and Accimap systemic accident analysis models, P. Underwood and P. Waterson, UK

Learning safety via experience-based software (SIM-ERROR), M. Shigemori, A. Sato and T. Masuda, Japan

Differential and unique roles of off-road assessments to on-road safety, N. Aksan, J. Dawson, S. Anderson, E. Uc and M. Rizzo, USA

Why do we move our head during curve driving? D. Mestre and C. Authié, France

Evaluating novice motorcyclists' hazard perception skills at junctions using naturalistic riding data, M. Ibrahim, A. Rashid and M. Ariffin, Malaysia

The influence of presentation mode and hazard ambiguity on the domain specificity of hazard perception tasks, S. Malone, A. Biermann and R. Brünken, Germany

Towards a stochastic model of driving behavior under adverse conditions, R. Hoogendoorn, B. van Arem, S. Hoogendoorn, K. Brookhuis and R. Happee, The Netherlands

The effect of low cost engineering measures and enforcement on driver behaviour and safety on single carriageway interurban trunk roads, J. Cardoso, Portugal

The vision of roundabout by elderly drivers, G. Fancello, C. Pinna and P. Fadda, Italy

The effect on passenger cars’ meeting margins when overtaking 30 meter trucks on real roads, J. Sandin, L. Renner and J. Andersson, Sweden

The effect of text messaging on young drivers' simulated driving performance, Q. Zhang and Z. Jiang, China

Situation awareness in road design, G. Walker and I. Chowdhury, UK

Driver’s behavior assessment as an indicator of accident involvement, N. Katsianis, N. Eliou and E. Iliadou, Greece

Study on young novice drivers’ unsafe driving behavior, Z. Jiang, D. Man and Q. Zhang, China

A psycho-ergonomics approach of adaptive behavior of vulnerable road users, C. Marin-Lamellet and J.-C. Marquié, France

The effects of short time headways within automated vehicle platoons on other drivers, M. Gouy, C. Diels, N. Reed, A. Stevens and G. Burnett, UK

Exploring drivers’ compensatory behavior when conversing on a mobile device, G. Fitch and R. Hanowski, USA

A safety adapted car following model for traffic safety studies, K. Bevrani and E. Chung, Australia

Linking behavioral indicators to safety: What is safe and what is not? M. Martens, R. van Loon and R. Brouwer, The Netherlands

Incident investigation training needs for the Australasian rail industry, H. Biggs, T. Banks and N. Dovan, Australia

Control loss following a simulated tire tread belt detachment, L. Carr, R. Rucoba, R. Liebbe and A. Duran, USA

METHODS AND STANDARDS

Textual data collection and analysis for human factors, M. Neal, USA

Automotive HMI international standards, C. Heinrich, Germany

Evaluation of automotive HMI using eye-tracking - Revision of the EN ISO 15007-1 & ISO TS 15007-2, C. Lange, Germany

Designing the non-linearity of human motion perception for dynamic driving simulators, A. Stratulat, V. Roussarie, J.-L. Vercher and C. Bourdin, France

Inferring cognitive state from observed behavior, S. Sharples, T. Edwards, N. Balfe and J. Wilson, UK

Head EAST at the next intersection? A systems approach to the evaluation of road performance, P. Salmon, M. Cornelissen and K. Young, Australia

Human factors now showing in 3D: Presenting human factors analyses in time and space, M. Cornelissen, P. Salmon, N. Stanton and R. McClure, Australia/UK

An attempt to predict drowsiness by Bayesian estimation, A. Murata, T. Hayami, Y. Matsuda and M. Moriwaka, Japan

Effects of visual, cognitive and haptic tasks on driving performance indicators, C. Ahlström, K. Kircher, A. Rydström, A. Nåbo, S. Almgren and D. Ricknäs, Sweden

Assessment of different experiences related to the automobile, C. Silva, M. Okimoto, F. Bernardes and S. Müller, Brazil

An evaluation of the low-event task subjective situtation awareness (LETSSA) technique, J. Rose, C. Bearman and J. Dorrian, Australia

Designing developmentally tailored driving assessment tasks, E. Roelofs, M. van Onna, K. Brookhuis, M. Marsman and L. de Penning, The Netherlands

Development of a coaching program for young drivers in their first period of solo driving, E. Roelofs, J. Vissers, M. van Onna and G. Kern, The Netherlands

Field operational trials in the UK, R. Welsh, A. Morris, S. Reed, J. Lenard and S. Birrell, UK

An assessment of cognitive workload using detection response tasks, A. Conti, C. Dlugosch, R. Vilimek, A. Keinath and K. Bengler, Germany

Statistical methods for building robust spoken dialogue systems in an automobile, P. Tsiakoulis, M. Gasic, M. Henderson, J. Planells-Lerma, J. Prombonas, B. Thomson, K. Yu and S. Young, UK, and E. Tzirkel, Israel

How gender influences user behaviors? The bringing-in of the developmental social psychology, M.-A. Granié, A. Abou-Dumontier and L. Guého, France

Integrated analysis of driver behavior by vehicle trajectory and eye movement, H. Nakayasu and T. Miyoshi, Japan, and P. Patterson, USA

STUDIES OF LOCOMOTIVES, DRIVERS AND RAIL SYSTEMS

From flight data monitoring to train data monitoring, G. Walker and A. Strathie, UK

Professionally important qualities of train drivers and risk prevention of their erroneous work, V. Samsonkin, O. Leshchenko, K. Pertseva and O. Burov, Ukraine

The future of driver training: Integrating non technical skills, A. Mills and K. Bonsall, UK

Active planning requires appropriate graphical support tools: The case of scheduling trains at stations, R. Charles, N. Balfe, J. Wilson, S. Sharples and T. Clarke, UK

Fatigue and shiftwork for freight locomotive drivers and contract trackworkers, A. Mills, S. Hesketh, K. Robertson, M. Spencer, A. McGuffog and B. Stone, UK

Meeting the challenges of individual passenger information with personas, C. Mayas, S. Hörold and H. Krömker, Germany

A human performance operational railway index to estimate operators’ error probability, M. Kyriakidis, A. Majumdar and W. Ochieng, UK

Human factors at the interface between road and rail systems, C. Wullems, N. Haworth and A. Rakotonirainy, Australia

The on-call system of work: Fatigue, well-being, and stress amongst UK railway maintenance workers, N. Cebola, J. Wilson, D. Golightly and T. Clarke, UK

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