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Driver behaviour modelling and cognitive engineering tools development in order to assess driver sitation awareness

Abstract : Our global objective is to define a framework for car driving behaviour analysis in order to assess driver's situation awareness. We present models, methods and software tools inspired from the "Experience Based Reasoning" theory coming from the field of artificial intelligence. It allows a construction of a representation of the driving activity including data collected in real driving situations as well as interpretations made on the driver's mental model of the situation, and permits a refinement of psychological theories.
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Olivier L. Georgeon, Thierry Bellet, Alain Mille, Daniel Letisserand, Robert Martin. Driver behaviour modelling and cognitive engineering tools development in order to assess driver sitation awareness. International Workshop on Modelling Driver Behaviour in Automotive Environments., May 2005, Ispra, Italy. pp.236-241. ⟨hal-01536639⟩

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