Towards a Human-Centred Cognitive Model of Visuospatial Complexity in Everyday Driving

29 May 2020Vasiliki KondyliMehul BhattJakob Suchan

We develop a human-centred, cognitive model of visuospatial complexity in everyday, naturalistic driving conditions. With a focus on visual perception, the model incorporates quantitative, structural, and dynamic attributes identifiable in the chosen context; the human-centred basis of the model lies in its behavioural evaluation with human subjects with respect to psychophysical measures pertaining to embodied visuoauditory attention... (read more)

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