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ID 19704
Eprint ID
19704
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Author
Yamada, Keita
Moriwaka, Makoto
Abstract
In this paper, the effects of switch type, location of switch, and display information on the primary driving task and the secondary switch operation were investigated. The switch type included an integrated and a non-integrated switch. These switches were located on the front left, on the left side, or around a steering wheel. We prepared three displays with different display information (2.0, 4.1, and 5.9 bit). The tracking error, the mean operation time, the percentage of correct answer, NASA-TLX mental workload, and the subjective evaluation of usability were measured in order to analyze how these measures were affected by experimental factors above. The results suggested that young adults are better than older adults at both abilities on processing displayed information and operating switches. The integrated switch was found to affect driving performance than the non-integrated switch, and had little influence on switch operation. In addition, it was clarified that the switch located around a steering wheel had little influence on driving performance. Low display information was also found not to affect the performance.
Published Date
2009-11-11
Publication Title
Proceedings : Fifth International Workshop on Computational Intelligence & Applications
Volume
volume2009
Issue
issue1
Publisher
IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter
Start Page
258
End Page
263
ISSN
1883-3977
NCID
BB00577064
Content Type
Conference Paper
language
英語
Copyright Holders
IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter
Event Title
5th International Workshop on Computational Intelligence & Applications IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter : IWCIA 2009
Event Location
東広島市
Event Location Alternative
Higashi-Hiroshima City
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publisher
Refereed
True
Eprints Journal Name
IWCIA