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Integrating physical and cognitive human models to represent driving behavior
This research addresses the divide between cognitive and physical human models by integrating a cognitive human model with a physical human model. This new combined model uses the advantages of each type of model to overcome the weaknesses of the other. The capabilities of the new integrated model...
Integration of physical and cognitive human models to simulate driving with a secondary in-vehicle task
Human behavior models give insight into people-s choices and actions and are tools for predicting performance and improving interface design. Most models focus on a task-s cognitive aspects or its physical requirements. This research addresses the divide between cognitive and physical models by...
Effects of task characteristics on unimanual and bimanual movement times.
Fitts' law cannot be used to predict movement times (MTs) of bimanual tasks since no empirical relationships associating task difficulty and bimanual MT have been demonstrated yet. Development of a ‘bimanual task difficulty index’ has been challenged by the complex patterns of coordination...