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CTW special issue on human-centred design in automotive systems
Design of human–machine interactions in light of domain-dependence of human-centered automation
A function-centred approach to joint driver-vehicle system design
Some critical issues when studying behavioural adaptations to new driver support systems
Principles of cooperation and competition: application to car driver behavior analysis
Vanderhaegen, F.; Chalmé, S.; Anceaux, F.; Millot, P.
Communication and interaction strategies in automotive adaptive interfaces
Amditis, Angelos; Polychronopoulos, Aris; Andreone, Luisa; Bekiaris, Evangelos
A user-centred approach for designing driving support systems: the case of collision avoidance
Cacciabue, P.; Martinetto, M.
Shaping the drivers’ interaction: how the new vehicle systems match the technological requirements and the human needs
Tango, Fabio; Montanari, Roberto
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