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Bentinck, Pieter-Bas (author)
In recent efforts to improve the theory of human control behaviour, different system identification techniques have been developed to estimate human linear time-invariant feedback- and feedforward control behavior. This thesis focuses on a newly developed subsystem identification (SSID) technique, that estimates feedback- and feedforward...
master thesis 2021
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Meima, N.V. (author)
Augmented reality displays are a promising means to improve the safety of helicopter hovering in brownout conditions. However, previous research has often combined conformal with non-conformal elements in such displays, potentially leading to visual clutter. In this paper, two purely conformal displays are proposed, and their effectiveness is...
master thesis 2021
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Eppink, Jesse (author)
Potential usage of the workspace of driving simulators is restricted by a lack of knowledge on oncoming maneuvers, due to the unpredictable nature of human drivers. This research aims to explore the possibility of using information from driver inputs, dynamic vehicle states, and features of the road environment to improve motion cueing through...
master thesis 2020
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Kemna, Maarten (author)
The perception of visual information is essential in satisfactory control tracking performance. Modern interface technologies such as stereoscopic three-dimensional displays allow for a more ecological representation of three-dimensional surroundings in a remote teleoperative environment without natural binocular vision. However, the effects...
master thesis 2020
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