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Author(s) Title Abstract Publication Date
Rose Schmitt, Timothy BrownDriver Monitoring of Inattention and Impairment Using Vehicle Equipment (DrIIVE) – Track B: Assess Potential Countermeasures for Drowsy Driving Lane Departures: Study Documents
Project report
(None listed)10/13/2015
Dawn Marshall, Rose SchmittParticipant Orientation PowerPoint Presentation: DrIIVE Track B
(None listed)5/27/2015
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
Timothy Brown, John Lee, Chris Schwarz, Dary Fiorentino, Anthony McDonald, Eric Traube, Eric NadlerDetection of driver Impairment from drowsiness
Conference paper
Drowsy driving is a significant contributor to death and injury crashes on our nation’s highways accounting for more than 80000 crashes and 850 fatalities per year. Recent research using data from t ...5/27/2013
Anthony McDonald, Chris Schwarz, John Lee, Timothy L. BrownReal-Time Detection of Drowsiness Related Lane Departures Using Steering Wheel Angle
Conference paper
Drowsy driving is a significant factor in many motor vehicle crashes in the United States and across the world. Efforts to reduce these crashes have developed numerous algorithms to detect both acute ...10/26/2012
John M. Weiler, John R. Bloomfield, George G. Woodworth, Angela R. Grant, Teresa A. Layton, Timothy L. Brown, David R. McKenzie, Thomas W. Baker, Ginger S. WatsonEffects of Fexofenadine, Diphenhydramine and Alcohol on Driving Performance: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial in the Iowa Driving Simulator
Journal paper
Background: Sedating antihistamines may impair driving performance as seriously as alcohol. Objective: To compare the effects of fexofenadine, diphenhydramine, alcohol, and placebo on driving performa ...3/7/2000
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