Presentation 2004/1/16
Evaluations of Driver's status by Chaotic analysis of finger photoplethysmography
Toshiyuki Shimizu, Tiejun Miao, Osamu Shimoyama,
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Abstract(in English) The development of a variety of IT/ITS in-vehicle information systems has enhanced mobility and convenience, while they may also distract drivers and introduce a significant workload. This paper studied a method used to assess driver status and mental workload. Human finger photoplethysmograms (PGT) recordings were made in the experiments in both automobile test course and real driving road environments. It showed that complexity analysis based on chaotic dynamics of the photoplethysmograms could characterize the changes in the driver mental workload.
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Keyword(in English) Human Engineering / Mental Workload / Photoplethysmogram / Chaotic Dynamics
Paper # HCS2003-47,HIP2003-117,WIT2003-42
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Title (in English) Evaluations of Driver's status by Chaotic analysis of finger photoplethysmography
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Keyword(1) Human Engineering
Keyword(2) Mental Workload
Keyword(3) Photoplethysmogram
Keyword(4) Chaotic Dynamics
1st Author's Name Toshiyuki Shimizu
1st Author's Affiliation Computer Convenience Inc.()
2nd Author's Name Tiejun Miao
2nd Author's Affiliation Computer Convenience Inc.
3rd Author's Name Osamu Shimoyama
3rd Author's Affiliation Nissan Motors Co., Ltd.
Date 2004/1/16
Paper # HCS2003-47,HIP2003-117,WIT2003-42
Volume (vol) vol.103
Number (no) 589
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 3
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