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MEASUREMENT OF PEDESTRIAN BEHAVIOR: A HANDBOOK FOR IDENTIFYING THE BEHAVIORS TO MEASURE AND THE MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS FOR USE IN COUNTERMEASURE EVALUATION

@inproceedings{Rose1976MEASUREMENTOP,
  title={MEASUREMENT OF PEDESTRIAN BEHAVIOR: A HANDBOOK FOR IDENTIFYING THE BEHAVIORS TO MEASURE AND THE MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS FOR USE IN COUNTERMEASURE EVALUATION},
  author={A. Rose and H. M. Levine and E. Eisner},
  year={1976}
}
The handbook presents, in concise fashion, recommendations as to specific pedestrian, driver, and vehicle behaviors to be studied and measured in order to assess the effectiveness of each of 24 proposed potential countermeasures as they relate to each of 11 common accident types. Further, the handbook provides information regarding the selection of cost-effective measurement systems to be used for the purpose of behavioral measurement. The handbook is designed for use by both researchers in… Expand