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creator
Kashiba, Yusuke
Yamada, Naoki
Suetomi, Takamasa
NDC
Technology. Engineering
abstract
This paper examines the influence of driving conditions on human hand impedance properties by using an originally developed driving simulator. A set of driving tests combining driving speed and the existence of a road centerline was carried out with five subjects. The results statistically demonstrate that humans steer a vehicle with increasing hand stiffness by activating arm muscles, i.e., under some tension, on the straight load especially at a lower speed with a centerline. In addition, it was confirmed that there was a clear correlation between steering behaviors and human hand stiffness according to the driving conditions. Human impedance measurement in driving would be useful to ascertain not only steering behaviors but also driver's physical and mental conditions for driving conditions, which may be required to develop an intelligent driving support system.
journal title
5th International Workshop on Computational Intelligence & Applications Proceedings : IWCIA 2009
start page
88
end page
93
date of issued
2009-11
publisher
IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter
issn
1883-3977
language
eng
nii type
Conference Paper
HU type
Conference Papers
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
rights
(c) Copyright by IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter.
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department
Graduate School of Engineering