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Cooperation between Driver and Automated Driving System: Implementation and Evaluation

Abstract : Recent years have witnessed rapid advancement of automated driving technologies. In this context, driver-vehicle cooperation as a new interaction paradigm offers an opportunity to improve the driving performance through the exploitation of human-automation synergy. This paper presents the implementation and evaluation of a new cooperation principle between the driver and the automated driving system. Within a use case concerning highway merging management, we describe the scenario modelling, system functional and HMI design. We evaluate the cooperation principle and the designed HMI through a user study on driving simulator. Based on test results, we discuss user’s perception of the cooperation principle and the potential of this principle to handle highway merging situations. Through this paper, we also aim to demonstrate the strengths of driving simulation in terms of interaction design for automated driving systems.
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Chunshi Guo, Chouki Sentouh, Jean-Christophe Popieul, Jean-Baptiste Haué, Sabine Langlois, et al.. Cooperation between Driver and Automated Driving System: Implementation and Evaluation . Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, Elsevier, 2019, pp.314-325. ⟨hal-01643903⟩

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