Intercultural Analyses of Time-to-Collision in Vehicle–Pedestrian Conflict on an Urban Midblock Crosswalk

@article{Jiang2015InterculturalAO,
  title={Intercultural Analyses of Time-to-Collision in Vehicle–Pedestrian Conflict on an Urban Midblock Crosswalk},
  author={Xiaobei Jiang and Wuhong Wang and Klaus Bengler},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={16},
  pages={1048-1053}
}
In traffic conflict techniques, time-to-collision (TTC) is suggested to be a surrogate measure of conflict severity. In order to address the differences in conflict situation between driving cultures, field traffic data have been collected by video recording and image processing at urban midblock crosswalks both in Beijing, China, and Munich, Germany. Focusing on the vehicle-pedestrian (VEH-PED) conflict, by identification of field observation, conflict situation, and TTC calculation, a… CONTINUE READING

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