Arnd O. Brugman

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Driving simulators need an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS). Simulators provide ways to conduct objective measurements on students' driving behavior and opportunities for creating the best possible learning environment. The generated traffic situations can be influenced directly according to the needs of the student. We created an ITS-the Virtual Driving(More)
Driving simulators need an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS). Simulators provide ways to conduct objective measurements on students' driving behavior and opportunities for creating the best possible learning environment. The generated traffic situations can be influenced directly according to the needs of the student. We created an ITS-the Virtual Driving(More)
In this paper we discuss an approach towards passively observing students in a driving simulator. The goal is to enhance the learning experience for students taking lessons in this simulator. To this end, a virtual driving instructor is provided with added information consisting of the gaze behavior of its student. The gaze behavior is defined by estimated(More)
All the devices, animals, and people make their decisions based on what you're doing, but you don't know it or even notice it. Your world is that of Truman Burbank, from the 1998 movie The Truman Show. With this idea in mind, we've taken the movie metaphor to implement a prototype simulation system where the user steps into Truman's shoes. The set of our(More)
Driving simulators have to be student-oriented. We created the Virtual Driving Instructor (VDI), an intelligent tutoring multiagent system, which provides student-adaptivity. The VDI enhances the interaction between the driving simulator and the student. It uses regressive instruction and feedback, which are adapted to the student, presentation context and(More)
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