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Knapper, A.S. (author)
The effects of using mobile phones and navigation systems during driving Driving might be the most complex task that many engage in on a daily basis. Drivers need to pay attention to other vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians, while keeping the car safely between the road markings and at an appropriate distance from any vehicle in front. Several...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Dicke-Ogenia, M. (author)
Congestion on road networks causes severe problems in and around large cities. Consequences of congestion include an increase in travel time and travel costs, environmental costs, economic costs, increased energy use and decreased economic growth, reduced travel time reliability, and reduced quality of life. Therefore, mitigation of congestion...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Hoogendoorn, R.G. (author)
Adverse conditions (emergency situations, adverse weather conditions, freeway incidents) have been shown to have a substantial impact on traffic flow operations. It is however unclear to what extent the conditions impact longitudinal driving behavior and what the determinants of these changes in driving behavior are. Furthermore, it is not yet...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Vlassenroot, S.H.M. (author)
Speed management is a set of measures to limit negative effects of speed in a transport system. One of the solutions to solve speeding is making the road transport system more intelligent by implementing intelligent speed assistance (ISA). This thesis provides more insight in the factors that can determine the acceptability of ISA by (potential)...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Walta, L. (author)
Currently, many car drivers spend many hours in congested traffic. If their cars would have been equipped with an electronic system that automatically follows the car in front of them, congestion might have been prevented. Such a system is an example of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). ADAS can potentially contribute to the solution of...
doctoral thesis 2011
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De Craen, S. (author)
It is often assumed that young novice drivers overestimate their driving skills and underestimate the risks in traffic; and therefore insufficiently adapt their driving behaviour (e.g. speed or headway) to the specific situation. This balancing of skills and task demands has been called calibration. To study if improved calibration can explain...
doctoral thesis 2010
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