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Evaluation Of Work Crew And Highway Hazard Conspicuity


The report quantitatively addresses conspicuity of highway features, particularly in work zones, from the perspective of driver detection and driver decision making. The study focuses on evaluating the detection process, selecting and exercising human perception-acquisition models suitable for quick running and larger scale microsimulations to evaluate system effectiveness of pre-Automated Highway System (AHS) driver-assist systems. The report describes this process and provides a detection example of a driver-assist collision avoidance model.

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