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Labrujere, Karlijn (author)
Driving with driver assistance systems utilising haptic shared control (HSC) can lead to annoyance, or even disuse, when the intent of both entities differs. In order to increase compliance and acceptance of these systems, this study explores two types of visual information projected onto the outside scenery. One visualisation portrays only the...
master thesis 2020
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Hu, Jimmy (author)
Taking over control from an automated vehicle may take a substantial amount of time if the driver is not engaged in the driving task. Take-over requests containing directional information of hazardous surrounding cars could aid the driver in taking over the vehicle faster. However, whether the directional information should be presented...
master thesis 2018
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Vos, Jacco (author)
Haptic shared control (HSC) is a method to combine the abilities of humans and machines, in which human and automation jointly exert forces on an input device. According to human-centered design, the underlying controller for HSC should closely resemble human behavior. This paper aims to continuously adapt HSC based on an online identified...
master thesis 2018
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Roozendaal, Jeroen (author)
Designing lane-keeping assistance (LKA) systems that are both effective and well-liked by drivers is a highly challenging process, that is not well understood. This is illustrated by a wide variety of market releases of LKA systems, and a large body of literature illustrating different designs and various evaluation methodologies that are often...
master thesis 2017
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