The objective of this Workshop is to confront models, methods and tools developed within the projects with the ongoing research worldwide and to provide an environment for fruitful exchange of ideas. The main topics are: 1. Advanced human models in transportation. 2. Human Errors and Risk Assessment in design processes of assistance systems. 3. Methods and tools to prevent erroneous behaviour to mitigate its consequences. The Workshop will consist of 10 keynote lectures as well as approximately 28 peer reviewed papers.Horswill MS, McKenna FP (2004) Driversa#39; hazard perception ability: situation awareness on the road. In: Banbury S ... Hum Factors Ergon Soc 50(3):521a528 12. Lindgren A ... McRuer DT, Weir DH (1969) Theory of manual vehicular control . ... Weller G, Schlag B, Gatti G, Jorna R, Leur M.v.d. (2006) Human factors in road design state of the art and empirical evidence Report 8.1 RiPCORD-iSEREST 31.
|Title||:||Human Modelling in Assisted Transportation|
|Author||:||Carlo Cacciabue, Magnus Hjälmdahl, Andreas Luedtke, Costanza Riccioli|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-03-02|