Predicting the effects of in-car interfaces on driver bahavior using a cognitive architecture

@inproceedings{Salvucci2001PredictingTE,
  title={Predicting the effects of in-car interfaces on driver bahavior using a cognitive architecture},
  author={Dario D. Salvucci},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2001}
}
When designing and evaluating in-car user interfaces for drivers, it is essential to determine what effects these interfaces may have on driver behavior and performance. This paper describes a novel approach to predicting effects of in-car interfaces by modeling behavior in a cognitive architecture. A cognitive architecture is a theoretical frame-work for building computational models of cognition and performance. The proposed approach centers on integrating a user model for the interface with… CONTINUE READING
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