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Queuing Network Modeling of Driver Workload and Performance
  • Changxu Wu, Yili Liu
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation…
  • 1 September 2007
We describe a new computational approach in modeling driver performance and workload-aqueuing network approach based on the queuing network theory of human performance and neuroscience discoveries. Expand
The red-light running behavior of electric bike riders and cyclists at urban intersections in China: an observational study.
Electric bikes and regular bicycles play an important role in the urban transportation system of China. Red-light running is a type of highly dangerous behavior of two-wheeled riders. The mainExpand
Pedestrians' crossing behaviors and safety at unmarked roadway in China.
Pedestrians' crossing out of crosswalks (unmarked roadway) contributed to many traffic accidents, but existing pedestrian studies mainly focus on crosswalk crossing in developed countriesExpand
Queuing network modeling of the psychological refractory period (PRP).
The psychological refractory period (PRP) is a basic but important form of dual-task information processing. Existing serial or parallel processing models of PRP have successfully accounted for aExpand
Queuing Network Modeling of Transcription Typing
This article extends and applies the Queuing Network-Model Human Processor (QN-MHP) to model 32 transcription typing phenomena and provides new insights into the mechanisms of cognition and human-computer interaction. Expand
The Effects of Lead Time of Take-Over Request and Nondriving Tasks on Taking-Over Control of Automated Vehicles
Automated vehicles have received great attention, since they offer the possibility of significantly increasing traffic safety, mobility, and driver comfort. Expand
The influence of dispositional mindfulness on safety behaviors: a dual process perspective.
Based on the dual process model of human cognition, this study investigated the influence of dispositional mindfulness on operators' safety behaviors and its boundary conditions. In a sample of 212Expand
Task complexity matters: The influence of trait mindfulness on task and safety performance of nuclear power plant operators
People with high level of trait mindfulness are more likely to maintain an open and present-focused awareness and attention. Whereas a positive link between trait mindfulness and well-being has beenExpand
The estimation of vehicle speed and stopping distance by pedestrians crossing streets in a naturalistic traffic environment
The ability to estimate vehicle speed and stopping distance accurately is important for pedestrians to make safe road crossing decisions. In this study, a field experiment in a naturalistic trafficExpand
Development and evaluation of an ergonomic software package for predicting multiple-task human performance and mental workload in human-machine interface design and evaluation
Predicting human performance and mental workload in multiple task situations at an early stage of system design can save a significant amount of time and cost. Expand