2016
DOI: 10.1007/s00422-016-0682-x
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A review of human sensory dynamics for application to models of driver steering and speed control

Abstract: In comparison with the high level of knowledge about vehicle dynamics which exists nowadays, the role of the driver in the driver–vehicle system is still relatively poorly understood. A large variety of driver models exist for various applications; however, few of them take account of the driver’s sensory dynamics, and those that do are limited in their scope and accuracy. A review of the literature has been carried out to consolidate information from previous studies which may be useful when incorporating hum… Show more

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“…As explained in Section 1, previous studies reviewed in [13] have shown that measurements of sensory perception taken in passive conditions may not be applicable to active control tasks such as driving [7][8][9][10][11]. Therefore, most of the parameters of the model are found using an identification procedure to fit to experimental results.…”
Section: Model Transfer Functions and Parametersmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As explained in Section 1, previous studies reviewed in [13] have shown that measurements of sensory perception taken in passive conditions may not be applicable to active control tasks such as driving [7][8][9][10][11]. Therefore, most of the parameters of the model are found using an identification procedure to fit to experimental results.…”
Section: Model Transfer Functions and Parametersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An active control task such as driving requires attention to be shared between the task itself and the perception of concurrent sensory stimuli, in contrast with passive perception tasks where the subject is concentrating solely on one sensory stimulus. Nash and Cole [12], building upon the work of Bigler [6], and upon a review of the literature [13], developed an improved driver model incorporating sensory dynamics. Preliminary analysis of this model was carried out [14] using published results from an experiment in a flight simulator [15] to validate the modelling approach for an aeroplane control task.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As for the vestibular noise, the literature on how visual and vestibular sensory systems compare in terms of delays or noise levels provide conflicting information for different types of experimental condition Nash et al (2016), so for simplicity we here assume σ vis = σ ves , to begin with. However, later in this paper we also examine the model's sensitivity to variations in these noise levels.…”
Section: Visual-vestibular Integrationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies have shown that passive tasks are quite different from active tasks in terms of brain activities and perception of sensory information. Flach (1990) addressed the difference on control models between being an actor and being an observer, see also (Nash, Cole et al 2016). Through fMRI studies, Walter, Vetter et al (2001) detected numerous differences between active and passive driving (i.e.…”
Section: Visual Cues For Steeringmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Open-loop "trajectory planning" does not need to be absolutely correct to be effective. Nash, Cole et al (2016) describe a steering model in which steering was largely controlled in a feed-forward manner. Although errors were generated by the model (due to an imperfect internal model, sensory error/delay, and/or other sources of noise) the model appeared to capture real-world human behaviour.…”
Section: Internal Model Of Steeringmentioning
confidence: 99%