2018
DOI: 10.1109/thms.2017.2717884
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“…However, riders in self-driving vehicles might be seated in different orientations and locations, and so conventional pedals might not provide a meaningful way of eliciting driver response. Consequently, alternatives such as a rotary knob or slider might be more appropriate mechanisms to indicate when the vehicle is going too fast or too slow (Cleij et al, 2018). More importantly, with this change in position might come diminished agency as drivers become riders.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…However, riders in self-driving vehicles might be seated in different orientations and locations, and so conventional pedals might not provide a meaningful way of eliciting driver response. Consequently, alternatives such as a rotary knob or slider might be more appropriate mechanisms to indicate when the vehicle is going too fast or too slow (Cleij et al, 2018). More importantly, with this change in position might come diminished agency as drivers become riders.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although pedal input is relatively natural, it lacks feedback that people might expect—the input did not affect the speed of the vehicle. Potential ways to address this limitation include having the pedal input affect the automation algorithms or using a touch screen slider or joystick as input and then displaying the magnitude of this input in a salient manner (Cleij et al, 2018; Hoffmeyer et al, 2017). The seating position and location of the rider and the configuration of the vehicle make these alternatives worthy of consideration.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, it is useful to conduct a human-in-the-loop experiment to identify which indicator weighs most for the overall perceived motion quality and what is the difference between indicator values which is large enough for humans to detect the quality difference. A suitable method to adopt here could be the continuous rating method, 40 where the subjects of a passive driving experiment continuously provide a feedback of the mismatch between visual and motion.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, it will be interesting to investigate how evaluation of driving styles changes with longer term exposures. Finally, while the binary response method provided acceptable results, knowledge on the best method to use for such evaluations is currently limited and future studies should consider the value of a continuous measurement techniques, such as Likert-type scales, sliders (Schwanitz, Wittkowski, Rolny, Samel, & Basner, 2013), or knobs (Cleij et al, 2017).…”
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confidence: 99%