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An Experimental Study of Human Operator Models and Closed-Loop Analysis Methods for High-Speed Automobile Driving

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3 Author(s)
Wierwille, W.W. ; Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Buffalo, N. Y. ; Gagne, G.A. ; Knight, J.R.

The investigation described in this paper was aimed at obtaining information about the way in which the human being controls an automobile at high speed on a winding road. A dynamic systems approach was taken, and three different classes of models were postulated. The optimal models in these classes were then obtained for data taken from three subjects in a driving simulation which projected a large moving roadway image.

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Human Factors in Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:HFE-8 ,  Issue: 3 )