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Automation Effects on Driver's Behaviour When Integrating a PADAS and a Distraction Classifier

Abstract : The FP7 EU project ISi-PADAS aims at conceiving an intelligent system, called PADAS, to support drivers, which intervenes continuously from warning up to automatic braking in the whole longitudinal control of the vehicle. However, such supporting systems can have some unwanted sideeffect: due to the presence of automation in the driving task, less attention and reaction are needed by the drivers to intervene in the longitudinal control of the vehicle. Such a paper aims at investigating the effects of the level of automation on drivers, in particular on their Situation Awareness, when the user is supported by a specific PADAS application, integrated with a driver's distraction classifier.
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Fabio Tango, Lucas Minin, Raghav Aras, Olivier Pietquin. Automation Effects on Driver's Behaviour When Integrating a PADAS and a Distraction Classifier. HCI 2011, Jul 2011, Orlando, Florida, United States. pp.503-512, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-21799-9_56⟩. ⟨hal-00618282⟩

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