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Author(s) Title Abstract Publication Date
Y. Papelis, S. BahauddinLogical modeling of roadway environments to support real-time simulation of autonomous traffic
Conference paper
(None listed)7/13/1995
John Lee, Nic Ward, Erwin Boer, Timothy Brown, Stacy Balk, Omar AhmadMaking driving simulators more useful for behavioral research – Simulator characteristics comparison and model-based transformation
Project report
A central issue in making simulators useful for highway and traffic engineers concerns how well driver behavior in the simulator corresponds to driver behavior in the real world. Simulator fidelity pl ...10/1/2013
John D. Lee, Daniel V. McGehee, Timothy L. Brown, Christian M. Richard, Omar Ahmad, Nicholas J. Ward, Shauna Hallmark, Joonbum LeeMatching Simulator Characteristics to Highway Design Problems
Journal paper
Driving simulators hold much promise for addressing roadway design issues. However, although simulators have demonstrated their value in experimental research addressing driver performance, their abil ...12/1/2011
Y.E. Papelis, T.L. CasavantMathematical modeling of petri-nets for development of parallel/distributed programs
Conference paper
(None listed)10/1/1990
Omar Ahmad, David Heitbrink, Chris Schwarz, Gregory WagnerMeasuring the Latency of the NADS-1 Simulator
Conference paper
A simulator’s latency or transport delay refers to the time delay between an operator input and the associated the visual output. In the world of driving simulators, latency measures how much time e ...6/28/2016
John Gaspar, Nathan Ward, Mark Neider, James Crowell, Ronald Carbonari, Henry Kaczmarski, Lester Loschky, Ryan Ringer, Aaron Johnson, Arthur KramerMeasuring the useful field of view during simulated driving with gaze-contingent displays
Journal paper
We aimed to develop and test a new dynamic measure of transient changes to the useful field of view (UFOV), utilizing a gaze-contingent paradigm for use in realistic simulated environments. BACKGROUND ...6/1/2016
Y. Papelis, O. Ahmad, B. DunningtonMicroscopic simulation and visualization of traffic in complex intersections
Conference paper
(None listed)1/1/1999
Sarah MillerMobile Phone Conversation Literature Review
Literature review
(None listed)1/1/2002
Yuqing Wu, Linda Ng Boyle, Daniel McGehee, Cheryl Roe, Kazutoshi Ebe, James FoleyModeling types of pedal applications using a driving simulator
Journal paper
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to examine variations in drivers' foot behavior and identify factors associated with pedal misapplications. BACKGROUND: Few studies have focused on the foot behavi ...11/1/2015
C. Schwarz, T. Gates, Y. PapelisMotion Characteristics of the National Advanced Driving Simulator
Conference paper
(None listed)10/8/2003
Daniel McGehee, Michelle Reyes, Cher CarneyMoving Beyond Teen Crash Fatality Statistics: The Go-Team Study
Project report
Despite a trend of decreasing teen fatalities due to motor vehicle crashes over the past decade, they remain the leading cause of adolescent fatalities in Iowa. The purpose of this study was to create ...4/8/2013
Daniel McGehee, Ashley McDonaldMyCarDoesWhat Year 3 Annual Report
Project report
Year 3 Annual Report for the MyCarDoesWhat campaign.1/1/2017
Anna DizackNADS 20th Anniversary Open House
Presentation
(None listed)9/20/2018
David Heitbrink, Andrew Veit, Dave Muller, Stephen CableNADS Imaging System Upgrade
Conference paper
After many years of service, the National Advanced Driving Simulator needed a new imaging system. The existing projectors and image generator [IG] had become outdated and worn out. The old projector s ...7/7/2015
Yefei HeNADS MiniSim Driving Simulator
Technical note
The NADS MiniSim driving simulator is a highly flexible PC-based driving simulation system. It uses the same advanced technologies built into the more sophisticated large NADS simulators, at a fractio ...9/30/2006
Chris SchwarzNADS Vehicle Dynamics Typical Modeling Data
Technical note
The National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) vehicle dynamics models are high-fidelity multi-body models. Suspension elements are modeled as bodies, in addition to the chassis; and non-linear relati ...8/14/2006
Ashley McDonald, Daniel McGehee, Susan Chrysler, Natoshia Askelson, Linda Angell, Bobbie SeppeltNational Survey Identifying Gaps in Consumer Knowledge of Advanced Vehicle Safety Systems
Journal paper
Advanced in-vehicle safety technologies are becoming more and more prevalent in the North American vehicle fleet. Market penetration of various safety technologies, including back-up camera, forward c ...6/1/2016
Anna DizackNew Driving Simulator Graphics Face Mixed Reviews
Presentation
April Fool's Day "press release" 20184/1/2018
Yulan Liang, Michelle Reyes, John LeeNon-intrusive detection of driver cognitive distraction in real-time using Bayesian networks
Journal paper
Driver distraction has become an important and growing safety concern as the use of in-vehicle information systems (IVISs), such as cell phones and navigation systems, continues to increase. One appro ...6/1/2007
Dawn Marshall, Susan Chrysler, Kayla SmithOlder Drivers Acceptance of In-vehicle Systems and the Effect it has on Safety
Project report
Older drivers make up the fastest growing segment of the driving population and are, in general, underrepresented in vehicle crashes due to their self-restrictive driving habits. However, as the baby- ...11/13/2014
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