Advances in Human-Machine Systems for In-Vehicle Environments

@article{Hansen2008AdvancesIH,
  title={Advances in Human-Machine Systems for In-Vehicle Environments},
  author={J. H. L. Hansen and Wooil Kim and Pongtep Angkititrakul},
  journal={2008 Hands-Free Speech Communication and Microphone Arrays},
  year={2008},
  pages={128-131}
}
As computing technology advances, the ability to integrate a wider range of personal services for in-vehicle environments increases. While these advances offer a diverse range of entertainment and information access opportunities, they generally are introduced into the vehicle with limited understanding of their impact to driver distraction and cognitive stress load. As the diversity of speech, video, biometric, and vehicle signals increases, improved corpora and system formulation are needed… CONTINUE READING

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