A probabilistic model of taking-over control from semi-autonomous vehicles

Kaindl, Hermann, and Paul, Gunther (2021) A probabilistic model of taking-over control from semi-autonomous vehicles. In: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (1269) pp. 332-337. From: IHSED2020: 3rd International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design: future trends and applications, 22-24 September 2020, Pula, Croatia.

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In automated driving scenarios with semi-autonomous vehicles of today and the near future, a request for taking-over control may at any time be communicated to a human driver. Empirical studies exist of, e.g., the effects of different modalities used in this human-machine interaction, and of drowsiness of drivers involved, depending on manual or automated driving. However, there is no model available yet of how the decision-making time in the course of taking-over control from the automated vehicle depends on the driver's drowsiness. Hence, we present a probabilistic model of the decision-making time as influenced by certain properties characterizing the driver’s drowsiness according to previous work.

Item ID: 65719
Item Type: Conference Item (Research - E1)
ISBN: 978-3-030-58282-1
Keywords: Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE), Probabilistic models, Automated Driving, Human-System Integration (HSI)
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