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Vrouwenvelder, S.C.F. (author), Postema, F.N. (author), Pool, D.M. (author)
This paper presents a novel methodology for measuring the drag latency of touchscreens. Drag latency is a characteristic of touch hardware that can affect key metrics of human performance as typically collected in human-in-the-loop (simulator) experiments. The proposed methodology uses a laser and laser sensor to obtain an external measurement...
conference paper 2021
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van Ingen, J.B. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author), Pool, D.M. (author)
Since 2019, a key element of simulator-based training of airline pilots is stall training. A major and still largely open research question is which level of model fidelity is required for effective training. As part of an effort to answer this question, a model of the quasi-steady stall dynamics of a Cessna Citation II aircraft is identified...
conference paper 2021
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Marschalk, S. (author), Luteijn, P.C. (author), van Os, D. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), de Visser, C.C. (author)
As of April 2019, upset prevention and recovery training in flight simulation training devices is a mandatory practice for commercial and civil aircraft pilots. Aircraft stalls are a well-known upset type, therefore simulation of aircraft stall behavior is required. A key characteristic of stalls is the stall buffet, which in current stall...
conference paper 2021
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Zaal, P.M.T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Linear mixed-effects models provide several benefits over more traditional statistical inference tests and are particularly useful for most human-in-the-loop tracking experiment data. However, surprisingly, mixed models are virtually not used for the analysis of tracking experiment data. This paper uses linear mixed-effects models to analyze...
conference paper 2021
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van der El, K. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
The 1960s crossover model is widely applied to quantitatively predict a human controller's (HC's) manual control behavior. Unfortunately, the theory captures only compensatory tracking behavior and, as such, a limited range of real-world manual control tasks. This article finalizes recent advances in manual control theory toward more general...
journal article 2020
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Cleij, D. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author), Bülthoff, Heinrich H. (author)
In this paper the potential of Motion Incongruence Rating (MIR) models for the optimization of Motion Cueing Algorithms (MCAs) is investigated. In a human-in-the-loop simulator experiment, two optimization-based MCAs are compared for a roundabout scenario simulated on a medium-stroke hexapod simulator. The first MCA uses standard cueing error...
conference paper 2020
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van der Ploeg, J.R. (author), Cleij, D. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author), Bülthoff, Heinrich H. (author)
Despite gaining popularity, the use of Motion Cueing Algorithms (MCAs) based on Model Predictive Control (MPC) remains challenging due to the required tuning of a large number of cost function parameters. This paper investigates the effects of two critical MPC cost function parameters, the lateral specific force and roll rate error weights (Way...
conference paper 2020
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Hogerbrug, M. (author), Venrooij, J. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
A necessity in driving simulation testing is to understand and attenuate simulator sickness, to reduce the number of undesired drop-outs. Especially urban environments, with its many turns and changes in the velocity profile, are a challenge. This paper describes the motion sickness rating results of a between-subjects experiment (n = 63), which...
conference paper 2020
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Irmak, T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Happee, R. (author)
We investigated and modeled the temporal evolution of motion sickness in a highly dynamic sickening drive. Slalom maneuvers were performed in a passenger vehicle, resulting in lateral accelerations of 0.4 g at 0.2 Hz, to which participants were subjected as passengers for up to 30 min. Subjective motion sickness was recorded throughout the...
journal article 2020
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Kemna, Maarten (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Wentink, Mark (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Numerous critical manual teleoperation tasks, such the control of the refueling boom during aerial refueling, require human controllers to accurately manipulate objects in the depth dimension, i.e., aligned with the viewing direction. To better understand the intricacies of depth control tasks and to be able to better support human controllers...
conference paper 2020
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Wijlens, Rowenna (author), Zaal, P.M.T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author)
This paper presents the results of a training and retention experiment conducted to objectively and quantitatively evaluate the acquisition, decay, and retention of skill-based manual control behavior in a compensatory dual-axis roll and pitch attitude tracking task. In this study, thirty-eight fully task-naive participants were trained in a...
conference paper 2020
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Kolff, M.J.C. (author), Venrooij, J. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Motion cueing algorithm design often involves a trade-off between priorities due to the limited workspace of the simulator. Such a trade-off requires a detailed understanding of human perception, which we do not yet have. For that reason, objective motion cueing quality metrics, based on the difference between vehicle and simulator signals,...
conference paper 2020
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van Leeuwen, T. D. (author), Cleij, D. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author), Bülthoff, H. H. (author)
In motion simulation, motion input scaling is often applied to deal with the limited motion envelopes of motion simulators. In this research, the time-varying effects of scaling the lateral specific force up or down during passive curve driving in a car driving simulation are investigated through a simulator experiment. It is concluded that...
journal article 2019
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van der El, Kasper (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Drivers rely on a variety of cues from different modalities while steering, but which exact cues are most important and how these different cues are used is still mostly unclear. The goal of our research project is to increase understanding of driver steering behavior; through a measuring and modeling approach we aim to extend the validity of...
journal article 2019
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Fasiello, Simone (author), Lu, T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author)
This paper presents the results of a human-in-the-loop experiment performed to investigate the effects of variations in aircraft short-period mode characteristics on human operators’ manual control behavior. In the experiment, 15 participants performed a tracking task for a factorial variation in both short-period mode natural frequency (five...
conference paper 2019
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Barendswaard, S. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Mulder, M. (author)
Vehicle control tasks require simultaneous control of multiple degrees-of-freedom. Most multi-axis human-control modeling is limited to the modeling of multiple fully independent single axes. This paper contributes to the understanding of multi-axis control behavior and draws a more realistic and complete picture of dual-axis manual control....
journal article 2019
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Huang, Y. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Stroosma, O. (author), Chu, Q. P. (author)
High precision motion control of hydraulic manipulators is challenging due to the highly nonlinear dynamics and model uncertainties typical for hydraulic actuators. This paper addresses the implementation of a novel sensor-based incremental nonlinear dynamic inversion control technique for a high-precision hydraulic force controller in existence...
journal article 2019
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Irmak, T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Happee, R. (author)
Background: Motion sickness (MS) as an area of scientific inquiry has mostly seen experimental work. A range of models attempt to predict MS, but have not been validated for a broad selection of sickening motion stimuli. By doing so this study aims to identify models that lead to better sickness predictions. Lastly, the study will also elaborate...
abstract 2019
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Scaramuzzino, P.F. (author), Pavel, M.D. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Stroosma, O. (author), Quaranta, Giuseppe (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Autorotation is a flight condition whereby the engine of a helicopter is no longer supplying power to the main rotor system, which is driven solely by the upward flow of the air moving through the rotor. For helicopters, autorotation is a common emergency procedure performed by pilots to safely land the vehicle in the event of a power failure or...
conference paper 2019
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Pieters, Marc (author), Zaal, P.M.T. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), Stroosma, O. (author), Mulder, M. (author)
This paper describes an experiment investigating the effects of motion filter order on human manual control tracking behavior and performance. The experiment was performed on two simulators: the Vertical Motion Simulator at NASA Ames Research Center and the SIMONA Research Simulator at Delft University of Technology. Eighteen pilots in the...
conference paper 2019
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