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Human driver modelling and simulation into a virtual road environment

Thierry Bellet 1, * Pierre Mayenobe 2 Jean-Charles Bornard 3 Jean-Christophe Paris 2 Dominique Gruyer 4 Bernard Claverie 3
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1 COGNITIQUE
IMS - Laboratoire de l'intégration, du matériau au système, Equipe Cognitique & Ingénierie Humaine - IMS (UMR 5218), IFSTTAR/LESCOT - Laboratoire d'Ergonomie et de Sciences Cognitives pour les Transports
3 COGNITIQUE
IMS - Laboratoire de l'intégration, du matériau au système, Equipe Cognitique & Ingénierie Humaine - IMS (UMR 5218)
Abstract : This paper presents the driver model developed by INRETS in the ISi- PADAS project, with the aim to dynamically simulate driver's mental activities carried out while driving. The methodology supporting this model development is based on empirical data collection on driving simulator, in the frame of a carfollowing task. After presenting the theoretical foundations of the modelling approach and the empirical data analysis, the functional architecture of our COgnitive Simulation MOdel of the DRIVEr (COSMODRIVE) will be described, and the type of results liable to be obtained through simulations on a virtual Vehicle- Environment platform (SiVIC) will be presented. Then, the conclusion will briefly examine the perspectives of the model applications for driving aids virtual design.
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Thierry Bellet, Pierre Mayenobe, Jean-Charles Bornard, Jean-Christophe Paris, Dominique Gruyer, et al.. Human driver modelling and simulation into a virtual road environment. Human Modelling in Assisted Transportation : Models, Tools and Risk Methods, Milan, Springer, pp.251-262, 2011. ⟨hal-00668899⟩

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