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Yuqing Wu, Linda Ng Boyle, Daniel McGehee, Cheryl A. Roe, Kazutoshi Ebe, James FoleyFoot placement during error and pedal applications in naturalistic driving
Journal paper
Data from a naturalistic driving study was used to examine foot placement during routine foot pedal movements and possible pedal misapplications. The study included four weeks of observations from 30 ...2/1/2017
Susan Chrysler, Omar Ahmad, Chris SchwarzCreating Pedestrian Crash Scenarios in a Driving Simulator Environment
Journal paper
OBJECTIVE: In 2012 in the United States, pedestrian injuries accounted for 3.3% of all traffic injuries but, disproportionately, pedestrian fatalities accounted for roughly 14% of traffic-related deat ...6/1/2015
Chris SchwarzOn Computing TTC for Automation Scenarios
Journal paper
Time to collision (TTC) has been a key vehicle safety metric for decades. With the increasing prevalence of advanced driver assistance systems and vehicle automation, TTC and many related metrics are ...11/1/2014
A.D. McDonald, John Lee, Chris Schwarz, Timothy BrownSteering in a Random Forest Ensemble Learning for Detecting Drowsiness-Related Lane Departures
Journal paper
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to design and evaluate an algorithm for detecting drowsiness-related lane departures by applying a random forest classifier to steering wheel angle data. BACKGROUN ...8/1/2014
Gary Kay, Omar Ahmad, Timothy Brown, Andrew VeitComparison of the miniSim and STISim Driving Simulators for the Detection of Impairment: An Alcohol Validation Study
Conference paper
Summary: Detection of alcohol impairment is often used to evaluate the sensitivity of a protocol to detect the effects of other types of impairment. This study was designed to compare the sensitivity ...9/22/2013
David HeitbrinkScripting Automation for a Graphical Scenario Authoring System
Conference paper
Scenario authoring at the National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) uses an interactive graphical tool that permits non-technical people to create scenarios without requiring any programming experien ...6/1/2011
Ginger S. Watson, Yiannis E. Papelis, Omar AhmadDesign of Simulator Scenarios to Study the Effectiveness of Electronic Stability Control Systems
Conference paper
The mission of the National Advanced Driving Simulator is to conduct highway safety research that will reduce the annual loss of life on US roadways. The NADS is particularly well suited in its abilit ...1/22/2006
Yiannis Papelis, Omar Ahmad, Ginger WatsonDriving Simulation Scenario Definition Based on Performance Measures
Conference paper
For many reasons, the development of a quantitative methodology for describing driving simulation scenarios has been elusive. Without a quantitative technique for describing scenarios, portability suf ...11/30/2005
Omar AhmadIssues Related to the Commonality and Comparability of Driving Simulation Scenarios
Conference paper
The primary motivation for using driving simulators for research is the ability to safely expose participants to traffic situations in a controlled and repeatable manner. The process by which a simula ...7/10/2005
Y. Papelis, O. Ahmad, G. WatsonDeveloping Scenarios to Determine Effects of Driver Performance: Techniques for Authoring and Lessons Learned
Conference paper
This paper overviews the development process for driving simulation scenarios used to obtain information about driver performance. The scenarios were targeted for use on the NADS. The development proc ...10/8/2003
Y. Papelis, O. Ahmad, M. SchikoreScenario Definition and Control for the National Advanced Driving Simulator
Conference paper
The National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) is a high fidelity simulator developed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and located at the University of Iowa. The NADS is a ...6/4/2001
Daniel V. McGehee, T.A. Dingus, Y.E. Papelis, M.J. BartelmeThe use of specialized scenes and scenarios on the Iowa Driving Simulator for the evaluation of rear-end crash avoidance performance
Conference paper
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