Modeling Task Capability in Full Velocity Differential Model

  title={Modeling Task Capability in Full Velocity Differential Model},
  author={Wajiha Batool and Mian Muhammad Mubasher and Syed Waqar ul Qounian},
  journal={2019 2nd International Conference on Advancements in Computational Sciences (ICACS)},
Car following (CF) models formally explain acceleration behavior of drivers. Historically, human factors are not considered in CF models. Attention is a very critical human factor. Drug use, panic, fear, or anger may negatively affect attention and consequently driving behavior. In the recent years, researchers have focused on modeling of CF behavior considering human factors as an outcome of research by traffic psychologists and engineers. These observations make clear that integration of… 
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