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Vision in Vehicles VII : Vision in Vehicles VII Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Vision in Vehicles VII - I. D. Brown

Vision in Vehicles VII

Vision in Vehicles VII Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Vision in Vehicles VII

Hardcover Published: 31st December 1999
ISBN: 9780080436715
Number Of Pages: 556

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The Seventh International Conference series on Vision in Vehicles was held in Marseilles in September 1997. This event was run in conjunction with the Applied Vision Association, the Ergonomics Society and with the participation of INRETS (Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Securite).
This volume presents the selected and edited proceedings. The papers at the conference were ordered into sessions, from driver-specific aspects to interfacing with the new in-vehicle systems. These sessions are mirrored in the ordering of the chapters. The conference is long established and regularly draws representatives from the key international research centres working in this popular and diverse transportation area.

An International Perspective on Vision in Vehiclesp. 3
Vision - A Behavioural Optometric Viewpointp. 13
Contribution to the Ergonomic and Ergophthalmological Approaches of the Visual Adaptation of Driversp. 23
How Well Does High Contrast Visual Acuity Predict Driving Performance?p. 33
Vision, Age, Driving Restriction and Road Accidentsp. 43
Driver Fatigue as Identified by Saccadic and Blink Indicatorsp. 49
Retinal Adaptation Under Night-Time Driving Conditionsp. 49
Parallel Processing And Interference In Simultaneous Foveal And Peripheral Task Performancep. 73
Drivers' Ability to Acquire In-Car Information Presented in the Peripheral Field of View without Fixating - A Simulator Studyp. 83
Effect of Retinal Size and Peripheral Field Restriction on Speed Perception of an Automobile in a Video Scenep. 93
Ageing and the Detection of Collision Eventsp. 103
Older Drivers' Pedestrian Detection Times Surrounding Head-Up Versus Head-Down Speedometer Glancesp. 111
Improving Driving Performance of Persons with Visual Field Defects: Results of a Pilot Studyp. 119
Waking Up at the Wheel: Accidents, Attention and the Time-Gap Experiencep. 131
Changes in Central and Peripheral Vision Before and After a Simulated Driving Taskp. 139
The Effects of Motivational and Perceptual-Based Interventions on Fatigue-Related Decrements in Simulated Driving Performancep. 149
Location of a Driver's Eyes in Images by a Neural Network, for the Detection of his Low Vigilance Statesp. 157
Visual Perception of HUD (Head-Up Display) Images in Practical Automobilesp. 169
Jaguar Cars' Near Infrared Night Vision System - Overview of Human Factors Research to Datep. 177
Visual and Kinaesthetic Cues for Driver's Behaviour Regulation: Basic Results and Application to the Design of Non-Visual Displaysp. 187
Computational and Implementation Strategies for Smart Visual Sensors in Automotive Applicationsp. 197
Towards Predicting Driver Intentions from Patterns of Eye Fixationsp. 205
Effects of Two Different Mental Tasks on Visual Search Behaviour While Drivingp. 215
Looking for Danger: Drivers' Eye Movements in Hazardous Situationsp. 225
Evaluation of Functional Fields of View in the Real Driving Situationp. 233
The Visual Control of Steering and Driving: Where Do We Look When Negotiating Curves?p. 245
The Effect of Field of View and Surface Texture on Driver Steering Performancep. 253
Peripheral Detection Rates in Driversp. 261
Artificial Vision for a Motorcyclep. 271
Effects of Gravito-Inertial-Force and Vision on Head Tilt During Drivingp. 281
Speed and Distance Estimation under Simulated Conditionsp. 291
Increasing Safety by Removing Visual Cues - a Contradiction?p. 301
The Effects of Reduced Visibility and Time Pressure on Drivers' Distance-Keeping Behaviourp. 311
A Statistical Model of Looming Detectionp. 319
Updating Visual Space When Rotating the Head During Whole-Body Displacementsp. 329
Vehicle's Motion Detection: Influence of Road Layout and Relation with Visual Driver's Assessmentp. 337
Detection of Vehicle Crossing Path at Intersectionp. 345
Road Environment and Visual Anticipation of a Collision During Self-Motionp. 355
Time Estimation in the Time-to-Collision Task: the Impact of a Simultaneous Secondary Taskp. 363
Distance Over-Estimation of Vehicle Rear Lights in Fogp. 373
Close Following on the Motorway: Initial Findings of an Instrumented Vehicle Studyp. 381
Visual Allocation of Expert and Novice Driversp. 393
The Development of the Eye Movement Strategies of Learner Driversp. 403
The Interfering Effect of Performing One Visuo-Spatial Task Whilst Drivingp. 413
Traffic Signs, Visibility and Recognitionp. 421
Visibility of Variable Message Signs in Fogp. 427
A Comprehensive Evaluation of Fluorescent Retroreflective Traffic Control Devices based on Human Factors and Traffic Engineering Datap. 435
Understanding the Role of Blind Spots Around Heavy Goods Vehicles: Perception, Measurement and 3D Visualisationp. 443
Conspicuity: An Efficient Alternative for Search Timep. 451
Computer Aided Visualisation of the Optical Behaviour of Vehicle Glass Componentsp. 463
Effects of Double Images in Windscreensp. 471
Virtually a Bridge Bash: The use of a Virtual Environment to Evaluate Driver Behaviourp. 481
Evaluation of Road Junctions by Car Drivers - A Methodological Studyp. 489
Visual Demands of an Aided vs. an Unaided Navigation Task in Real Trafficp. 499
Speech Control Systems for Handling of Route Guidance, Radio and Telephone in Cars: Results of a Field Experimentp. 507
Combining Dynamic Route Information Panels with other Signs: Its Effect on Driver Information Intakep. 517
Author Indexp. 525
Subject Indexp. 537
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ISBN: 9780080436715
ISBN-10: 0080436714
Series: Vision in Vehicles
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 556
Published: 31st December 1999
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.02
Weight (kg): 0.95

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