A HUMAN FACTORS ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL DISTORTION FOR AUTOMOTIVE WINDSHIELDS.

@article{Makiguchi1994AHF,
  title={A HUMAN FACTORS ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL DISTORTION FOR AUTOMOTIVE WINDSHIELDS.},
  author={Minoru Makiguchi and Tomoaki Shida and Seiichi Sugiura and Kenji Kimura and Eiji Fujiwara and Yutaka Yamada},
  journal={SAE transactions},
  year={1994},
  volume={103},
  pages={461-471}
}
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A Human Factors Analysis of Optical Distortion in Automotive Glazing
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