Driver Behavior and Situation Aware Brake Assistance for Intelligent Vehicles

@article{McCall2007DriverBA,
  title={Driver Behavior and Situation Aware Brake Assistance for Intelligent Vehicles},
  author={Joel C. McCall and Mohan Manubhai Trivedi},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2007},
  volume={95},
  pages={374-387}
}
This paper deals with the development of Human-Centric Intelligent Driver Assistance Systems. Rear-end collisions account for a large portion of traffic accidents. To help mitigate this problem, predictive braking systems and adaptive cruise control systems have been developed. However, these types of systems usually rely solely on the vehicle and vehicle surround sensors, either ignoring the human component of driving or learning the driver's control behavior using only these sensors. As with… CONTINUE READING

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