Presentation 2004/5/18
Evaluation of Driving Risk Based on Deviated Behavior From Normal Driving
Motoyuki AKAMATSU, Tetsuo KURAHASHI, Yasuo SAKAGUCHI, Masayuki Okuwa,
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Abstract(in English) Since driving behavior is an adaptive behavior to driving task demand, detecting mismatch between the driving performance and the task demand can be a cue for increase of driving risk. To realize it, we have collected a large amount of driving behavior data recorded in town environment and developed a driving behavior model for approach to an intersection with a stop sign using Bayesian Network model. The deviated behavior that will increase the driving risk is detected by using the model. An on-board driving assistance system based on the behavior model was installed to a actual vehicle.
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Keyword(in English) Driving behavior database / Behavior model / Driving operation / Safety / Driver assistance system
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Title (in English) Evaluation of Driving Risk Based on Deviated Behavior From Normal Driving
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Keyword(1) Driving behavior database
Keyword(2) Behavior model
Keyword(3) Driving operation
Keyword(4) Safety
Keyword(5) Driver assistance system
1st Author's Name Motoyuki AKAMATSU
1st Author's Affiliation Institute for Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)()
2nd Author's Name Tetsuo KURAHASHI
2nd Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Labs
3rd Author's Name Yasuo SAKAGUCHI
3rd Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Labs
4th Author's Name Masayuki Okuwa
4th Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Labs
Date 2004/5/18
Paper # SSS2004-7
Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 76
Page pp.pp.-
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