A Conflict Model and Interactive Simulator ( FASTCARS ) for Predicting Enroute Driver Behavior in Response to Real-Time Traffic Condition Information

@inproceedings{Adler2004ACM,
  title={A Conflict Model and Interactive Simulator ( FASTCARS ) for Predicting Enroute Driver Behavior in Response to Real-Time Traffic Condition Information},
  author={J. Adler and Wilfred W. Recker and Michael G Mcnally},
  year={2004}
}
ThJts paper proposes a theoretical methodology and practical data collection approach for modeling enroute driver behavioral choice under Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS). The theoretical framework based on conflict assessment and resolution theories popularized in psychology and applied to models of individual consumer behavior. It is posed that enroute assessment and adjustment is a reactionary process influenced by increased conflict arousal and motivation to change. When… CONTINUE READING

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