Cacciabue, P. Carlo

Human Modelling in Assisted Transportation

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Table of contents

1. The Human in Control: Modelling What Goes Right Versus Modelling What Goes Wrong
Erik Hollnagel

2. The Art to Make an Error: The Dilemma Between Prevention, Learning and Mitigation
Klaus Bengler

3. Modeling Differences in Behavior Within and Between Drivers
Andrew M. Liu

4. Drivers’ Information Processing, Decision-Making and the Role of Emotions: Predictions of the Risk Monitor Model
Truls Vaa

5. To What Extent May Assistance Systems Correct and Prevent ‘Erroneous’ Behaviour of the Driver?
Toshiyuki Inagaki

6. Man–machine Integration Design and Analysis System (MIDAS) v5: Augmentations, Motivations, and Directions for Aeronautics Applications
Brian F. Gore

7. Operational Modeling and Data Integration for Management and Design
Nick McDonald, Rabea Morrison, Maria Chiara Leva, Brian Atkinson, Fabio Mattei, Joan Cahill

8. The ISi-PADAS Project—Human Modelling and Simulation to support Human Error Risk Analysis of Partially Autonomous Driver Assistance Systems
P. Carlo Cacciabue, Mark Vollrath

9. The HUMAN Project: Model-Based Analysis of Human Errors During Aircraft Cockpit System Design
Andreas Lüdtke, Denis Javaux

10. The ITERATE Project—Overview, Theoretical Framework and Validation
Magnus Hjälmdahl, David Shinar, Oliver Carsten, Björn Peters

11. From Theoretical Model to Experimental Data: A Structured Approach to Design Experiments to Seed a Model of Vehicle Operation with New Systems
Yvonne Barnard, Oliver Carsten, Frank Lai

12. Learning Optimal Control Strategies from Interactions with a PADAS
Fabio Tango, Raghav Aras, Olivier Pietquin

13. Selecting Human Error Types for Cognitive Modelling and Simulation
Tina Mioch, Jan-Patrick Osterloh, Denis Javaux

14. Modelling Driver Behaviour in the Case of Failures in a Steer-by-Wire System
Jeroen Hogema, Paul Wewerinke

15. Flexible Design and Implementation of Cognitive Models for Predicting Pilot Errors in Cockpit Design
Jurriaan Diggelen, Joris Janssen, Tina Mioch, Mark Neerincx

16. Effective and Acceptable Forward Collision Warning Systems Based on Relationships Between Car-Following Behaviour and Reaction to Deceleration of Lead Vehicle
Genya Abe, Makoto Itoh, Tomohiro Yamamura

17. Modelling and Validating Pilots’ Visual Attention Allocation During the Interaction with an Advanced Flight Management System
Florian Frische, Jan-Patrick Osterloh, Andreas Lüdtke

18. Estimating Traffic System Wide Impacts of Driver Assistance Systems Using Traffic Simulation
Andreas Tapani

19. Modelling Aspects of Longitudinal Control in an Integrated Driver Model
Bertram Wortelen, Malte Zilinski, Martin Baumann, Elke Muhrer, Mark Vollrath, Mark Eilers, Andreas Lüdtke, Claus Möbus

20. Towards Model-Based AHMI Automatic Evaluation
Juan Manuel González-Calleros, Jean Vanderdonckt, Andreas Lüdtke, Jan-Patrick Osterloh

21. Darmstadt Risk Analysis Method (DRAM)
J. Stefan Bald, Frank Heimbecher

22. Modeling Pilot Situation Awareness
Becky L. Hooey, Brian F. Gore, Christopher D. Wickens, Shelly Scott-Nash, Connie Socash, Ellen Salud, David C. Foyle

23. Review of Models of Driver Behaviour and Development of a Unified Driver Behaviour Model for Driving in Safety Critical Situations
David Shinar, Ilit Oppenheim

24. Integrating Anticipatory Competence into a Bayesian Driver Model
Claus Möbus, Mark Eilers

25. JDVE: A Joint Driver-Vehicle-Environment Simulation Platform for the Development and Accelerated Testing of Automotive Assistance and Automation Systems
Julian Schindler, Christian Harms, Ulf Noyer, Andreas Richter, Frank Flemisch, Frank Köster, Thierry Bellet, Pierre Mayenobe, Dominique Gruyer

26. Effects of Distraction and Traffic Events Expectation on Drivers’ Performances in a Longitudinal Control Task
Luca Minin, Lorenzo Fantesini, Roberto Montanari, Fabio Tango

27. Human Driver Modelling and Simulation into a Virtual Road Environment
Thierry Bellet, Pierre Mayenobe, Jean-Charles Bornard, Jean-Christophe Paris, Dominique Gruyer, Bernard Claverie

28. Driver Behaviour and User Acceptance of Cooperative Systems Based on Infrastructure-to-Vehicle Communication
Robert Kölbl, Susanne Fuchs

29. Exploratory Investigation of Vibration Floor as Potential Collision Warning
Christine Mégard, Margarita Anastassova, Daphné Repain

30. The Influence of Predictability and Frequency of Events on the Gaze Behaviour While Driving
Robert Kaul, Martin Baumann, Bertram Wortelen

31. A Hierarchical Task Analysis of Merging onto a Freeway—Comparison of Driver’s and Driver Model’s Task Representation
Astrid Kassner, Martin Baumann, Lars Weber

32. Predicting the Effect of Driver Assistance via Simulation
Martin Fränzle, Tayfun Gezgin, Hardi Hungar, Stefan Puch, Gerald Sauter

33. Simulation Study for Driver Behaviour Analysis as a Basis for the Design of a Partially Autonomous Driver Assistance System
María Alonso, M. Henar Vega, Óscar Martín

34. Application of Simulation Based Risk Assessment for Driver Assistance Systems Development
Jens Alsen, Mirella Cassani, Bertram Wortelen

35. Human Factors Engineering in Train Cab Design—Prospects and Problems
Lena Kecklund, A. Mowitz, M. Dimgard

36. Assessment of Transportation System Resilience
Simon Enjalbert, Frédéric Vanderhaegen, Marianne Pichon, Kiswendsida Abel Ouedraogo, Patrick Millot

37. Effects of Situational Characteristics on Drivers’ Merging into Freeway Traffic
Martin Baumann, Rike Steenken, Astrid Kassner, Lars Weber, Andreas Lüdtke

38. A Reinforcement Learning Approach for Designing and Optimizing Interaction Strategies for a Human–Machine Interface of a PADAS
Fabio Tango, Maria Alonso, M. Henar Vega, Raghav Aras, Olivier Pietquin

39. The Multisensory Driver: Contributions from the Time-Window-of-Integration Model
Hans Colonius, Adele Diederich

40. Culture Implications on Future Work Design—New Technologies and Collaborations for Controllers and Pilots
Pernilla Ulfvengren, Lena Mårtensson, Fredrik Barchéus

41. Cultural Variation of Views on Effective Crew Resource Management Skills
Hans-Juergen Hoermann

Keywords: Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Simulation and Modeling, Psychology, general, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Aerospace Technology and Astronautics

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