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Title: Designer driving: Drivers’ conceptual models and level of trust in adaptive cruise control
Authors: Kazi, T
Stanton, NA
Walker, GH
Young, MS
Keywords: Adaptive cruise control;ACC reliability;Driver trust;Conceptual models;Longitudinal study;Driving simulation;Human factors;Vehicle design;Vehicle control
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Inderscience
Citation: International Journal of Vehicle Design. 35(3): 339-360
Abstract: A driving simulator study was completed in order to examine drivers' level of trust and the type of Conceptual Model (CM) they held of an Adaptive Cruise Control system (ACC). Fifteen drivers participated in a ten days study where they were allocated to varying percentage of ACC reliability conditions (100%, 50%, 0%). Results demonstrated inappropriate levels of self-reported trust in relation to the corresponding level of reliability. In addition the DCMs were consolidated over a short period of time, but they did not match that of designers' model of ACC, thus better design solutions may be warranted.
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Dept of Design Research Papers

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