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Artificial Force Field for Haptic Feedback in UAV Teleoperation
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The feedback upon which operators in teleoperation tasks base their control actions differs substantially from the feedback to the driver of a vehicle. Expand
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Cybernetics of Tunnel-in-the-Sky Displays
Consensus is growing that the flexibility gained with the introduction of programmable, electronic cockpit displays in the 1980s must be exploited to the full extent. An important candidate to becomeExpand
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Training Effectiveness of Whole Body Flight Simulator Motion: A Comprehensive Meta-Analysis
We present a meta-analysis of 24 effect sizes from transfer of training experiments using whole body simulator motion as an independent variable. Three moderator variables were investigated:Expand
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Motion Scaling for High-Performance Driving Simulators
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This paper presents the results of a European collaborative project, which explored different motion scale factors in a slalom driving task, which explore the effects of motion scaling on motion perception and on actual driving performance. Expand
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Measuring Neuromuscular Control Dynamics During Car Following With Continuous Haptic Feedback
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In previous research, a driver support system that uses continuous haptic feedback on the gas pedal to inform drivers of the separation to the lead vehicle was developed. Expand
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Theoretical Foundations for a Total Energy-Based Perspective Flight-Path Display
One of the most difficult aspects of manually controlled flight is the coupling between the control over the aircraft speed and altitude. These states cannot be changed independent of each otherExpand
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An Empirical Human Controller Model for Preview Tracking Tasks
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This paper proposes a generic operator model for preview tracking, empirically derived from experimental measurements. Expand
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Dealing With Unexpected Events on the Flight Deck: A Conceptual Model of Startle and Surprise
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A conceptual model is proposed in order to explain pilot performance in surprising and startling situations. Expand
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Relationships between driving simulator performance and driving test results
This article is considered relevant because: 1) car driving is an everyday and safety-critical task; 2) simulators are used to an increasing extent for driver training (related topics: training,Expand
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Modeling Human Multimodal Perception and Control Using Genetic Maximum Likelihood Estimation
This paper presents a new method for estimating the parameters of multi-channel pilot models that is based on maximum likelihood estimation. To cope with the inherent nonlinearity of thisExpand
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