Control Task Substitution in Semiautomated Driving: Does It Matter What Aspects Are Automated?

@article{Carsten2012ControlTS,
  title={Control Task Substitution in Semiautomated Driving: Does It Matter What Aspects Are Automated?},
  author={Oliver M. J. Carsten and Frank C. H. Lai and Yvonne Barnard and Alexander H Jamson and Natasha Merat},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2012},
  volume={54 5},
  pages={747-61}
}
OBJECTIVE The study was designed to show how driver attention to the road scene and engagement of a choice of secondary tasks are affected by the level of automation provided to assist or take over the basic task of vehicle control. It was also designed to investigate the difference between support in longitudinal control and support in lateral control. BACKGROUND There is comparatively little literature on the implications of automation for drivers' engagement in the driving task and for… CONTINUE READING
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