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2021

Gonçalves R, Lyu W, Torrão G, Puente Guillen P, Louw T, Merat N. 2021. Development of an algorithm to identify stabilisation time for car-following after transitions of control from vehicle automation. 12th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research
Hajiseyedjavadi F, Merat N, Romano R, Jamson H, Louw T, Li P, Boer E. 2021. The Effect of Road Environments on Driving Behaviour. International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology (ICTTP)
Lyu W, Gonçalves R, Guo F, Torrão G, Radhakrishnan V, Puente Guillen P, Louw T, Merat N. 2021. Applying Entropy to Understand Drivers’ Uncertainty during Car-following. 12th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research

2020

Camara F, Cosar S, Bellotto N, Merat N, Fox C. 2020. Continuous Game Theory Pedestrian Modelling Method for Autonomous Vehicles. In: Olaverri-Monreal C; García-Fernández F; Rossetti RJF (eds.) Human Factors in Intelligent Vehicles. 1.
Merat N, Louw T. 2020. ALLOCATION OF FUNCTION TO HUMANS AND AUTOMATION AND TRANSFER OF CONTROL. In: Fisher DL; Horrey WJ; Lee JD; Regan MA (eds.) Handbook of Human Factors for Automated, Connected, and Intelligent Vehicles.
Camara F, Dickinson P, Merat N, Fox CW. 2020. Examining Pedestrian-Autonomous Vehicle Interactions in Virtual Reality. TRA2020: the 8th Transport Research Arena
Camara F, Fox C. 2020. Game Theory For Self-Driving Cars. 3rd UK-RAS Conference
Innamaa S, Louw T, Merat N, Torrao G, Aittoniemi E. 2020. Applying the FESTA methodology to automated driving pilots. Transport Research Arena
Lambert ED, Romano R, Watling D. 2020. Intersection Platooning for Distributed Conflict Resolution of an AGV Fleet. 2020 IEEE 16th International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering
Lambert ED, Romano R, Watling DP. 2020. Simulating Decentralized Platooning for Coordinated Conflict-Free Motion of Mobile Robot Fleets. 2020 3rd International Conference on Robotic Systems and Applications (ICRSA2020)
Louw T, Merat N, Metz B, Wӧrle J, Torrao G, Satu I. 2020. Assessing user behaviour and acceptance in real-world automated driving: the L3Pilot project approach. Transport Research Arena
Parsa S, Kamale D, Mghames S, Nazari K, Pardi T, Srinivasan AR, Neumann G, Hanhaide M, Ghalamzan E A. 2020. Haptic-Guided Shared Control Grasping for Collision-Free Manipulation. 2020 IEEE 16th International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE)
Sadraei E, Romano R, Merat N, Garcia de Pedro J, Lee YM, Madigan R, Uzondu C, Lyu W, Tomlinson A. 2020. Vehicle-Pedestrian Interaction: A Distributed Simulation Study. Driving Simulation Conference Europe 2020 (DSC 2020)
SOLERNOU A, Romano RICHARD, Souflas I, Hajiseyedjavadi FOROOGH, Paschalidis EVANGEL, Merat N. 2020. Integration and training of a ROS autonomous driver for human-like driving style in a complex multi-component driving simulator. DRIVING SIMULATION CONFERENCE (DSC)
Tian K, Markkula G, Wei C, Romano R. 2020. Creating Kinematics-dependent Pedestrian Crossing Willingness Model When Interacting with Approaching Vehicle. The 23rd IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2020)
Wei C, Romano R, Merat N, Hajiseyedjavadi F, Solernou A, Paschalidis E, Boer ER. 2020. Achieving Driving Comfort of AVs by Combined Longitudinal and Lateral Motion Control. 26th IAVSD International Symposium on Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks
Wu M, Louw T, Lahijanian M, Ruan W, Huang X, Merat N, Kwiatkowska M. 2020. Gaze-based Intention Anticipation over Driving Manoeuvres in Semi-Autonomous Vehicles. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2019)
Camara F, Bellotto N, Cosar S, Nathanael D, Althoff M, Wu J, Ruenz J, Dietrich A, Fox C. 2020. Pedestrian Models for Autonomous Driving Part I: Low-Level Models, From Sensing to Tracking. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 1-21
Camara F, Bellotto N, Cosar S, Nathanael D, Althoff M, Wu J, Ruenz J, Dietrich A, Fox C. 2020. Pedestrian Models for Autonomous Driving Part I: Low-Level Models, from Sensing to Tracking. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Camara F, Bellotto N, Cosar S, Weber F, Nathanael D, Althoff M, Wu J, Ruenz J, Dietrich A, Markkula G, Schieben A, Tango F, Merat N, Fox C. 2020. Pedestrian Models for Autonomous Driving Part II: High-Level Models of Human Behaviour. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Distefano N, Leonardi S, Pulvirenti G, Romano R, Merat N, Boer E, Woolridge E. 2020. Physiological and driving behaviour changes associated to different road intersections. European Transport. 77
Etika AA, Merat N, Carsten O. 2020. Do drivers differ in their attitudes on speed limit compliance between work and private settings? Results from a group of Nigerian drivers. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 281-291 73
Hu C, Gao H, Guo J, Taghavifar H, Qin Y, Na J, Wei C. 2020. RISE-Based Integrated Motion Control of Autonomous Ground Vehicles With Asymptotic Prescribed Performance. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems. 1-13
Hussain M, Shi J, Batool Z. 2020. An investigation of the effects of motorcycle-riding experience on aberrant driving behaviors and road traffic accidents-A case study of Pakistan. International Journal of Crashworthiness.
Ismaeel R, Hibberd D, Carsten O, Jamson S. 2020. Do drivers self-regulate their engagement in secondary tasks at intersections? An examination based on naturalistic driving data. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 137
Jamson S, Uzondu C, Hibberd D. 2020. Can infrastructure improvements mitigate unsafe traffic safety culture: A driving simulator study exploring cross cultural differences. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 205-221 73
Kamrani M, Srinivasan AR, Chakraborty S, Khattak AJ. 2020. Applying Markov decision process to understand driving decisions using basic safety messages data. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 115
Lambert ED, Romano R, Watling D. 2020. Optimal Smooth Paths based on Clothoids for Car-like Vehicles in the Presence of Obstacles. International Journal of Control, Automation and Systems.
Lee YM, Madigan R, Giles O, Garach-Morcillo L, Markkula G, Fox C, Camara F, Rothmueller M, Vendelbo-Larsen SA, Rasmussen PH, Dietrich A, Nathanael D, Portouli V, Schieben A, Merat N. 2020. Road users rarely use explicit communication when interacting in today’s traffic: Implications for Automated Vehicles. Cognition, Technology and Work.
Lee YM, Miller K, Crundall D, Sheppard E. 2020. Cross-cultural effects on detecting multiple sources of driving hazard: Evidence from the deceleration detection flicker test. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 222-234 69
Madigan R, Romano R. 2020. Does the use of a head mounted display increase the success of risk awareness and perception training (RAPT) for drivers?. Applied Ergonomics: human factors in technology and society. 85
Maggi D, Romano R, Carsten O. 2020. Transitions Between Highly Automated and Longitudinally Assisted Driving: The Role of the Initiator in the Fight for Authority. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 001872082094618-001872082094618
Markkula G, Madigan R, Nathanael D, Portouli E, Lee YM, Dietrich A, Billington J, Schieben A, Merat N. 2020. Defining interactions: a conceptual framework for understanding interactive behaviour in human and automated road traffic. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.
Musgrave J, Jopson A, Jamson S. 2020. Travelling to a Sport Event: Profiling Sport Fans Against the Transtheoretical Model of change. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
Pampel S, Jamson S, Hibberd D, Barnard Y. 2020. ACC design for safety and fuel efficiency: the acceptance of safety margins when adopting different driving styles. Cognition, Technology & Work. 335-342 22.2
Paschalidis E, Hajiseyedjavadi F, Wei C, Solernou A, Jamson AH, Merat N, Romano R, Boer ER. 2020. Deriving metrics of driving comfort for autonomous vehicles: A dynamic latent variable model of speed choice. Analytic Methods in Accident Research. 28
Radhakrishnan V, Merat N, Louw T, Lenné MG, Romano R, Paschalidis E, Hajiseyedjavadi F, Wei C, Boer ER. 2020. Measuring Drivers’ Physiological Response to Different Vehicle Controllers in Highly Automated Driving (HAD): Opportunities for Establishing Real-Time Values of Driver Discomfort. Information. 390-390 11.8
Singh J, Srinivasan AR, Neumann G, Kucukyilmaz A. 2020. Haptic-Guided Teleoperation of a 7-DoF Collaborative Robot Arm With an Identical Twin Master. IEEE Transactions on Haptics. 246-252 13.1
Spyridakos PD, Merat N, Boer ER, Markkula GM. 2020. Behavioural validity of driving simulators for prototype HMI evaluation. IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 601-610 14.6
Taghavifar H, Hu C, Taghavifar L, Qin Y, Na J, Wei C. 2020. Optimal robust control of vehicle lateral stability using damped least-square backpropagation training of neural networks. Neurocomputing. 256-267 384
Uttley J, Lee YM, Madigan R, Merat N. 2020. Road user interactions in a shared space setting: Priority and communication in a UK car park. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 32-46 72
Yao Y, Carsten O, Hibberd D. 2020. A close examination of speed limit credibility and compliance on UK roads. IATSS Research. 17-29 44.1
Yao Y, Carsten O, Hibberd D. 2020. Predicting Compliance with Speed Limits using Speed Limit Credibility Perception and Risk Perception Data. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 036119812092969-036119812092969
Batool Z, Merat N, Uzondu C, Lee YM, Madigan R. 2020. The role of vehicle cues in road user-vehicle interaction.

2019

Merat N, Lee YM, Markkula G, Uttley J, Camara F, Fox C, Dietrich A, Weber F, Scheiben A. 2019. How Do We Study Pedestrian Interaction with Automated Vehicles? Preliminary Findings from the European interACT Project. In: Meyer G; Beiker S (eds.) Road Vehicle Automation 6. Lecture Notes in Mobility.
Arshad A, Sanaullah I, Chaudhry A, Batool Z, Saleemi H. 2019. Assessment of Parking Demand in the Central Business District of Lahore. AHFE 2018 International Conference on Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Camara F, Dickinson P, Merat N, Fox CW. 2019. Towards game theoretic AV controllers: measuring pedestrian behaviour in Virtual Reality. 2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2019)
Camara F, Merat N, Fox CW. 2019. A heuristic model for pedestrian intention estimation. 2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC)
Giles O, Markkula G, Pekkanen J, Yokota N, Matsunaga N, Merat N, Daimon T. 2019. At the Zebra Crossing: Modelling Complex Decision Processes with Variable-Drift Diffusion Models. COGSCI 2019
Goncalves RC, Louw T, Markkula G, Merat N. 2019. Applicability of risky decision-making theory to understand drivers' behaviour during transitions of control in vehicle automation. 17 ERGODESIGN: International Congress on Ergonomics and Usability of Human Interfaces: Product, Information, Built Environments and Transport
Gonçalves RC, Louw T, Madigan R, Merat N. 2019. Using Markov Chains To Understand The Sequence of Drivers’ Gaze Transitions During Lane-Changes In Automated Driving. Tenth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design
Innamaa S, Merat N, Louw T, Metz B, Streubel T, Rösener C. 2019. Methodological challenges related to real-world automated driving pilots. ITS World Congress 2019
Kuisma S, Louw T, Torrao G, Innamaa S. 2019. Assessing mobility impacts of automated driving in L3Pilot. ITS World Congress 2019
Lambert E, Romano R, Watling D. 2019. Optimal path planning with clothoid curves for passenger comfort. 5th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems (VEHITS 2019)
Lee YM, Madigan R, Garcia J, Tomlinson A, Solernou A, Romano R, Markkula G, Merat N, Uttley J. 2019. Understanding the Messages Conveyed by Automated Vehicles. AutomotiveUI '19
Lee YM, Uttley J, Solernou A, Giles O, Romano R, Markkula G, Merat N. 2019. Investigating Pedestrians' Crossing Behaviour During Car Deceleration Using Wireless Head Mounted Display: An Application Towards the Evaluation of eHMI of Automated Vehicles. 2019 Driving Assessment Conference
Louw T, Hajiseyedjavadi F, Jamson H, Romano R, Boer E, Merat N. 2019. The Relationship Between Sensation Seeking And Speed Choice In Road Environments With Different Levels Of Risk. Tenth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design
Markkula G, Zgonnikov A. 2019. Evidence Accumulation Account of Human Operators' Decisions in Intermittent Control During Inverted Pendulum Balancing. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2018)
Mole C, Giles O, Merat N, Romano R, Markkula G, Wilkie R. 2019. Where You Look During Automation Influences Where You Steer After Take-Over. Tenth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design
Mole C, Markkula G, Giles O, Okafuji Y, Romano R, Merat N, Wilkie R. 2019. Drivers Fail To Calibrate To Optic Flow Speed Changes During Automated Driving. Tenth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design
Nuñez Velasco JP, Lee YM, Uttley J, Solernou A, Farah H, van Arem B, Hagenieker M, Merat N. 2019. Interactions with Automated Vehicles: The Effect of Drivers’ Attentiveness and Presence on Pedestrians’ Road Crossing Behavior. Road Safety and Simulation (RSS) 2019
Paul S, Batool Z, Younis MW. 2019. The Expansion of Three-Wheeler Transport Services: the Case of Qingqis in Pakistan. 26th PIARC World Road Congress
Perrier MJR, Louw T, Gonçalves RC, Carsten O. 2019. Applying Participatory Design to Symbols for SAE Level 2 Automated Driving Systems. AutomotiveUI
Portouli E, Nathanael D, Amditis A, Lee YM, Merat N, Uttley J, Giles O, Markkula G, Dietrich A, Schieben A, Jenness J. 2019. Methodologies to Understand the Road User Needs When Interacting with Automated Vehicles. 21st International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Rezaei M, Isehaghi M. 2019. An Efficient Method for License Plate Localization Using Multiple Statistical Features in a Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network. 2018 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and 2nd Asia-Pacific International Symposium
Sorour M, Elgeneidy K, Srinivasan A, Hanheide M, Neumann G. 2019. Grasping Unknown Objects Based on Gripper Workspace Spheres. 2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)
Teimouri M, Delavaran MH, Rezaei M. 2019. A Real-Time Ball Detection Approach Using Convolutional Neural Networks. RoboCup 2019: Robot World Cup XXIII
Wei C, Romano R, Hajiseyedjavadi F, Merat N, Boer E. 2019. Driver-centred Autonomous Vehicle Motion Control within A Blended Corridor. 9th IFAC International Symposium on Advances in Automotive Control (AAC 19)
Wilkie R, Mole C, Giles O, Merat N, Romano R, Markkula G. 2019. Cognitive Load During Automation Affects Gaze Behaviours and Transitions to Manual Steering Control. The 10th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design
Ahmad Z, Batool Z, Starkey P. 2019. Understanding mobility characteristics and needs of older persons in urban Pakistan with respect to use of public transport and self-driving. Journal of Transport Geography. 181-190 74
Bengler K, Carsten O. 2019. Introduction to the special section on designing automated and connected driving systems to work with people. Cognition, Technology and Work. 1-2 21.1
Bianchi Piccinini G, Lehtonen E, Forcolin F, Engström J, Albers D, Markkula G, Lodin J, Sandin J. 2019. How Do Drivers Respond to Silent Automation Failures? Driving Simulator Study and Comparison of Computational Driver Braking Models. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Carsten O, Martens MH. 2019. How can humans understand their automated cars? HMI principles, problems and solutions. Cognition, Technology and Work. 3-20 21.1
Hu C, Wang Z, Taghavifar H, Na J, Qin Y, Guo J, Wei C. 2019. MME-EKF-Based Path-Tracking Control of Autonomous Vehicles Considering Input Saturation. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. 5246-5259 68.6
Kyriakidis M, de Winter JCF, Stanton N, Bellet T, van Arem B, Brookhuis K, Martens MH, Bengler K, Andersson J, Merat N, Reed N, Flament M, Hagenzieker M, Happee R. 2019. A Human Factors Perspective on Automated Driving. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 223-249 20.3
Lee YM, Janssen SMJ. 2019. Laypeople’s Beliefs Affect their Reports about the Subjective Experience of Time. Timing and Time Perception. 15-26 7.1
Louw T, Kuo J, Romano R, Radhakrishnan V, Lenné MG, Merat N. 2019. Engaging in NDRTs affects drivers’ responses and glance patterns after silent automation failures. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 870-882 62
Madigan R, Nordhoff S, Fox C, Ezzati Amini R, Louw T, Wilbrink M, Schieben A, Merat N. 2019. Understanding interactions between Automated Road Transport Systems and other road users: A video analysis. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 196-213 66
Markkula G, Engström J, Lodin J, Bärgman J, Victor T. 2019. Corrigendum to “A farewell to brake reaction times? Kinematics-dependent brake response in naturalistic rear-end emergencies” [Accid. Anal. Prev. 95 (2016) 209–226]. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 390-390 129
Markkula G, Romano R, Waldram R, Giles O, Mole C, Wilkie R. 2019. Modelling visual-vestibular integration and behavioural adaptation in the driving simulator. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 310-323 66
McDonald AD, Alambeigi H, Engström J, Markkula G, Vogelpohl T, Dunne J, Yuma N. 2019. Toward Computational Simulations of Behavior During Automated Driving Takeovers: A Review of the Empirical and Modeling Literatures. Human Factors. 642-688 61.4
Merat N, Seppelt B, Louw T, Engström J, Lee JD, Johansson E, Green CA, Katazaki S, Monk C, Itoh M, McGehee D, Sunda T, Unoura K, Victor T, Schieben A, Keinath A. 2019. The “Out-of-the-Loop” concept in automated driving: proposed definition, measures and implications. Cognition, Technology and Work. 87-98 21.1
Mole CD, Lappi O, Giles O, Markkula G, Mars F, Wilkie RM. 2019. Getting back into the loop: the perceptual-motor determinants of successful transitions out of automated driving. Human Factors. 1037-1065 61.7
Romano R, Markkula G, Boer E, Jamson H, Bean A, Tomlinson A, Horrobin A, Sadraei E. 2019. An objective assessment of the utility of a driving simulator for low mu testing. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 34-45 65
Saleem NH, Chien H-J, Rezaei M, Klette R. 2019. Effects of Ground Manifold Modeling on the Accuracy of Stixel Calculations. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 3675-3687 20.10
Schieben A, Wilbrink M, Kettwich C, Madigan R, Louw T, Merat N. 2019. Designing the interaction of automated vehicles with other traffic participants: design considerations based on human needs and expectations. Cognition, Technology and Work. 69-85 21.1
Taylor Y, Merat N, Jamson S. 2019. The Effects of Fatigue on Cognitive Performance in Police Officers and Staff During a Forward Rotating Shift Pattern. Safety and Health at Work. 67-74 10.1
Uzondu C, Jamson S, Lai F. 2019. Investigating Unsafe Behaviours in Traffic Conflict Situations: An Observational Study in Nigeria. Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (English Edition). 482-492 6.5
Wei C, Romano R, Merat N, Wang Y, Hu C, Taghavifar H, Hajiseyedjavadi F, Boer ER. 2019. Risk-based Autonomous Vehicle Motion Control with Considering Human Driver’s Behaviour. Transportation Research, Part C: Emerging Technologies. 1-14 107
Wright J, Hayward A, West J, Pickett K, McEachan RM, Mon-Williams M, Christie N, Vaughan L, Sheringham J, Haklay M, Sheard L, Dickerson J, Barber S, Small N, Cookson R, Garnett P, Bywater T, Pleace N, Brunner EJ, Cameron C, Ucci M, Cummins S, Fancourt D, Kandt J, Longley P, Morris S, Ploubidis G, Savage R, Aldridge R, Hopewell D, Yang T, Mason D, Santorelli G, Romano R, Bryant M, Crosby L, Sheldon T. 2019. ActEarly: a City Collaboratory approach to early promotion of good health and wellbeing. Wellcome Open Research. 4
Yao Y, Carsten O, Hibberd D. 2019. An empirical approach to determining speed limit credibility. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 270-282 63
Yao Y, Carsten O, Hibberd D, Li P. 2019. Exploring the relationship between risk perception, speed limit credibility and speed limit compliance. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 575-586 62
Younis MW, Batool Z, Bukhari M, Rehman ZU, Shahzad S, Rehman AU, Khan AH, Yasin M, Irfan M, Ali MS. 2019. Pattern of underreporting of Road Traffic Injuries (RTIs): An investigation of missing burden of RTIs in Pakistan. Journal of Transport and Health. 14
Zimasa T, Jamson S, Henson B. 2019. The influence of driver’s mood on car following and glance behaviour: Using cognitive load as an intervention. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 87-100 66
Hajiseyedjavadi F; Romano R; Merat N (2019) Drivers’ Comfort with Human-Like Automated Vehicle Systems Workshop Motion comfort of automated driving
Kontotasios A; Jamson S; Killan E; Wright S (2019) Would pilots fly less fatigued if driving to the airport was highly automated? An experiment with simulated driving and flying CIEHF Ergonomics and Human Factors Conference. Stratford-upon-Avon, UK
Sheppard W; Mole C; Pekkanen J; Markkula G; Wilkie R (2019) The effect of Cognitive Load when responding to Silent Failures Europe Chapter Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. NANTES, France
Metz B, Rösener C, Louw T, Aittoniemi E, Bjorvatn A, Wörle J, Weber H, Torrao G, Silla A, Innamaa S, Lehtonen E, Fahrenkrog F, Heum P, Pedersen K, Merat N, Nordhoff S, Beuster A, Dotzauer M, Streubel T. 2019. Evaluation methods: Deliverable D3.3. of L3Pilot. In: Deliverable D3.3, Evaluation methods.
Penttinen M, Rämä P, Dotzauer M, Hibberd D, Innamaa S, Louw T, Streubel T, Metz B, Woerle J, Brouwer R, Rösener C, Weber H. 2019. Experimental procedure: Deliverable D3.2 of L3Pilot.

2018

Srinivasan AR, Karan FSN, Chakraborty S. 2018. A Study of How Opinion Sharing Affects Emergency Evacuation. In: Social, Cultural, and Behavioral Modeling.
Camara F, Cosar S, Bellotto N, Merat N, Fox CW. 2018. Towards pedestrian-AV interaction: method for elucidating pedestrian preferences. IEEE/RSJ IROS 2018 Workshop Towards Intelligent Social Robots: From Naive robots to robots sapiens
Camara F, Giles O, Madigan R, Rothmüller M, Holm Rasmussen P, Vendelbo-Larsen SA, Markkula G, Lee YM, Garach L, Merat N, Fox CW. 2018. Predicting pedestrian road-crossing assertiveness for autonomous vehicle control. ITSC 2018: 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems
Camara F, Giles O, Madigan R, Rothmüller M, Rasmussen PH, Vendelbo-Larsen SA, Markkula G, Lee YM, Garach-Morcillo L, Merat N, Fox C. 2018. Filtration analysis of pedestrian-vehicle interactions for autonomous vehicle control. 15th International Conference on Autonomous Systems
Camara F, Romano R, Markkula G, Madigan R, Merat N, Fox C. 2018. Empirical game theory of pedestrian interaction for autonomous vehicles. Measuring Behavior 2018: 11th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research
Fox CW, Camara F, Markkula G, Romano RA, Madigan R, Merat N. 2018. When Should the Chicken Cross the Road? - Game Theory for Autonomous Vehicle - Human Interactions. VEHITS 2018: 4th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems
Ismaeel R, Hibberd D, Carsten O. 2018. Prevalence and self-regulation of drivers’ secondary task engagement at intersections: An evaluation using naturalistic driving data. 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention
Markkula G, Romano R, Waldram R, Giles O, Mole C, Wilkie R. 2018. Modelling visual-vestibular integration and behavioural adaptation in the driving simulator. Driving Simulation Conference 2018
Nousiasl S, Tseliosl C, Uitzasl D, Orfila O, Jamson S, Mejuto P, Amaxilatis D, Akrivopoulos O, Chatzigiannakis I, Lalosl AS, Moustakasl K. 2018. Managing nonuniformities and uncertainties in vehicle-oriented sensor data over next generation networks. PerCom Workshops 2018
Sadraei E, Romano R, Jamson S, Markkula G, Jamson H. 2018. Driving simulator motion base right sizing. Driving Simulation Conference (DSC)
Solernou A, Hanson BS, Richardson RA, Welch R, Read DJ, Harlen OG, Harris SA. 2018. Analysis and comparison of FFEA with all-atom molecular dynamics.
Batool Z, Carsten O. 2018. Attitudinal segmentaion of drivers in Pakistan: The potential for effective road safety campaigns. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 48-54 114
Batool Z, Yasir A. 2018. 2386 - The Influence of Sleep Quality, Safety Culture and Cabin Ergonomics on Work-Related Stress and Burnout of Bus Drivers in Lahore. Journal of Transport & Health. S24-S25 9
Engström J, Bärgman J, Nilsson D, Seppelt B, Markkula GM, Bianchi Piccinini GF, Victor T. 2018. Great expectations: A predictive processing account of automobile driving. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 156-194 19.2
Engström J, Markkula G, Xue Q, Merat N. 2018. Simulating the effect of cognitive load on braking responses in lead vehicle braking scenarios. IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 427-433 12.6
Hu C, Qin Y, Cao H, Song X, Jiang K, Rath JJ, Wei C. 2018. Lane keeping of autonomous vehicles based on differential steering with adaptive multivariable super-twisting control. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing.
Hu C, Wang R, Yan F, Huang Y, Wang H, Wei C. 2018. Differential Steering Based Yaw Stabilization Using ISMC for Independently Actuated Electric Vehicles. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 627-638 19.2
Lee YM, Sheppard E. 2018. The effect of lighting conditions and use of headlights on drivers’ perception and appraisal of approaching vehicles at junctions. Ergonomics. 444-455 61.3
Li P, Markkula G, Li Y, Merat N. 2018. Is improved lane keeping during cognitive load caused by increased physical arousal or gaze concentration toward the road center?. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 65-74 117
Li P, Merat N, Zheng Z, Markkula G, Li Y, Wang Y. 2018. Does cognitive distraction improve or degrade lane keeping performance? Analysis of time-to-line crossing safety margins. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 48-58 57
Madigan R, Louw T, Merat N. 2018. The effect of varying levels of vehicle automation on drivers’ lane changing behaviour. PLoS ONE. 13.2
Markkula G, Boer E, Romano R, Merat N. 2018. Sustained sensorimotor control as intermittent decisions about prediction errors: computational framework and application to ground vehicle steering. Biological Cybernetics. 181-207 112.3
Markkula G, Romano R, Madigan R, Fox CW, Giles OT, Merat N. 2018. Models of Human Decision-Making as Tools for Estimating and Optimizing Impacts of Vehicle Automation. Transportation Research Record. 153-163 2672.37
Markkula GM, Romano R, Jamson AH, Pariota L, Bean A, Boer ER. 2018. Using Driver Control Models to Understand and Evaluate Behavioral Validity of Driving Simulators. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. 592-603 48.6
Merat N, Louw T, Madigan R, Wilbrink M, Schieben A. 2018. What externally presented information do VRUs require when interacting with fully Automated Road Transport Systems in shared space?. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 244-252 118
Nordhoff S, de Winter J, Madigan R, Merat N, van Arem B, Happee R. 2018. User acceptance of automated shuttles in Berlin-Schoneberg: A questionnaire study. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 843-854 58
Okafuji Y, Mole C, Merat N, Fukao T, Yokokohji Y, Inou H, Wilkie RM. 2018. Steering bends and changing lanes: the impact of optic flow and road edges on two point steering control. Journal of Vision. 18.9
Pampel SM, Jamson SL, Hibberd DL, Barnard Y. 2018. Old habits die hard? The fragility of eco-driving mental models and why green driving behaviour is difficult to sustain. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 139-150 57
Qin Y, Wei C, Tang X, Zhang N, Dong M, Hu C. 2018. A novel nonlinear road profile classification approach for controllable suspension system: Simulation and experimental validation. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing.
Solernou A, Hanson BS, Richardson RA, Welch R, Read DJ, Harlen OG, Harris SA. 2018. Fluctuating Finite Element Analysis (FFEA): A continuum mechanics software tool for mesoscale simulation of biomolecules. PLoS Computational Biology. 14.3
Teh E, Jamson S, Carsten O. 2018. Mind the gap: drivers underestimate the impact of the behaviour of other traffic on their workload. Applied Ergonomics. 125-132 67
Teh E, Jamson SL, Carsten O. 2018. Design characteristics of a workload manager to aid drivers in safety-critical situations. Cognition, Technology and Work. 401-412 20.3
Uzondu C, Jamson S, Lai F. 2018. Exploratory study involving observation of traffic behaviour and conflicts in Nigeria using the Traffic Conflict Technique. Safety Science. 273-284 110.Part A
Wang Y, Zhou Z, Wei C, Liu Y, Yin C. 2018. Host-Target Vehicle Model-based Lateral State Estimation for Preceding Target Vehicles Considering Measurement Delay. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics. 1-1
Xu Z, Tian K, He Y, Zhang Z, Li S. 2018. Denoising Weighting Beamforming Method Applied to Sound Source Localization With Airflow Using Microphone Array. Journal of Vibration and Acoustics. 140.6
Xue Q, Markkula G, Yan X, Merat N. 2018. Using perceptual cues for brake response to a lead vehicle: Comparing threshold and accumulator models of visual looming. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 114-124 118
Jamson S, Filtness A. 2018. Special issue in Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour: The role of fitness to drive in traffic safety and mobility. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour.
Ismaeel R; Hibberd D; Carsten O (2018) Prevalence and self-regulation of drivers’ secondary task engagement at intersections: An evaluation using naturalistic driving data 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention. Gothenburg, Sweden
Kontotasios A; Jamson S; Killan E; Wright S (2018) Pilots as multi-modal operators: does commuting by driving relate to fatigue and impaired performance? International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Orlando, US
Hibberd D, Louw T, Aittoniemi E, Brouwer R, Dotzauer M, Fahrenkrog F, Innamaa S, Kuisma S, Metz B, Merat N, Metz B, Neila N, Penttinen M, Guillen PP, Rösener C, Silla A, Streubel T, Tango F, van den Boom B, Weber H, Woerle J, Zerbe A. 2018. From Research Questions to Logging Requirements: L3Pilot Deliverable D3.1.
Louw T, Hibberd D, Lee YM. 2018. Situation awareness and mental workload in driving: A literature review.

2017

Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Computer Vision for Driver Assistance. Computational Imaging and Vision.
Merat N, Madigan R, Nordhoff S. 2017. Human Factors, User Requirements, and User Acceptance of Ride-Sharing In Automated Vehicles. In: ITF Discussion Papers. International Transport Forum Discussion Papers.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Object Detection, Classification, and Tracking. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Driver-Environment Understanding. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Driver Inattention Detection. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Driver Drowsiness Detection. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Vision-Based Driver-Assistance Systems. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Vehicle Detection and Distance Estimation. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Computer Vision Basics. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Fuzzy Fusion for Collision Avoidance. In: Computer Vision for Driver Assistance.
Clement SJ, McKee DW, Romano R, Xu J, Lopez JM, Battersby D. 2017. The Internet of Simulation: Enabling Agile Model Based Systems Engineering for Cyber-Physical Systems. SoSE 2017
Engstrom J, Markkula G, Merat N. 2017. Modelling the effect of cognitive load on driver reactions to a braking lead vehicle: A computational account of the cognitive control hypothesis. 5th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention
Jadid MA, Rezaei M. 2017. Facial age estimation using hybrid Haar wavelet and color features with Support Vector Regression. 2017 Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (IranOpen) : the 7th Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Mckee DW, Clement SJ, Ouyang X, Xu J, Romano R, Davies J. 2017. The Internet of Simulation, a Specialisation of the Internet of Things with Simulation and Workflow as a Service (SIM/WFaaS). 11th IEEE International Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE 2017)
Pariota L, Bifulco GN, Markkula G, Romano RA. 2017. Validation of driving behaviour as a step towards the investigation of Connected and Automated Vehicles by means of driving simulators. 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and technologies for intelligent transportation systems (MTS 2017)
Romano R, Sadraei E, Markkula G. 2017. Rapid Tuning of the Classical Motion Cueing Algorithm. Driving Simulation Conference 2017
Saleem NH, Chien H-J, Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Improved Stixel Estimation Based on Transitivity Analysis in Disparity Space. International Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns
Saleem NH, Rezaei M, Klette R. 2017. Extending the stixel world using polynomial ground manifold approximation. 2017 24th International Conference on Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice (M2VIP)
Svärd M, Markkula G, Engström J, Granum F, Bärgman J. 2017. A quantitative driver model of pre-crash brake onset and control. HFES 2017
Wei C, Joydeep B, John M. 2017. A volumetric-based tire model for both longitudinal and lateral maneuvers. 25th International Symposium on Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks (IAVSD 2017)
Solernou A, Hanson BS, Richardson RA, Welch R, Harris SA, Read DJ, Harlen OG. 2017. Study of the flexibility of GroEL through FFEA simulation and analysis.
Batool Z, Carsten O. 2017. Self-reported dimensions of aberrant behaviours among drivers in Pakistan. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 176-186 47
Engström J, Markkula G, Victor T, Merat N. 2017. Effects of Cognitive Load on Driving Performance: The Cognitive Control Hypothesis.. Hum Factors. 734-764 59.5
Karan FSN, Srinivasan AR, Chakraborty S. 2017. Modeling and numerical simulations of the influenced Sznajd model. Physical Review E. 96.2
Khurram SM, Batool Z, Malik BZ, Sanaullah I, Akbar TA. 2017. Pedestrian environment and behavior in Lahore, Pakistan. Journal of Transport and Health. 181-189 7.Part B
Lee YM, Chong SY, Goonting K, Sheppard E. 2017. The effect of speed limit credibility on drivers' speed choice. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 43-53 45
Lee YM, Sheppard E. 2017. Differences in gap acceptance for approaching cars and motorcycles at junctions: What causes the size-arrival effect?. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 50-54 50
Louw T, Madigan R, Carsten O, Merat N. 2017. Were they in the loop during automated driving? Links between visual attention and crash potential. Injury Prevention. 281-286 23.4
Louw T, Markkula G, Boer E, Madigan R, Carsten O, Merat N. 2017. Coming back into the loop: Drivers’ perceptual-motor performance in critical events after automated driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 9-18 108
Louw TL, Merat N. 2017. Are you in the loop? Using gaze dispersion to understand driver visual attention during vehicle automation. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 35-50 76
Madigan R, Louw T, Dziennus M, Schieben A, Merat N. 2017. What influences the decision to use automated public transport? Using UTAUT to understand public acceptance of Automated Road Transport Systems. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 55-64 50
Pampel SM, Jamson SL, Hibberd D, Barnard Y. 2017. The activation of eco-driving mental models: Can text messages prime drivers to use their existing knowledge and skills?. Cognition, Technology and Work. 743-758 19.4
Srinivasan AR, Karan FSN, Chakraborty S. 2017. Pedestrian dynamics with explicit sharing of exit choice during egress through a long corridor. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 770-782 468
Vanderhaegen F, Carsten O. 2017. Can dissonance engineering improve risk analysis of human–machine systems?. Cognition, Technology & Work. 1-12 19.1
Wei C, Jing X. 2017. A comprehensive review on vibration energy harvesting: Modelling and realization. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 1-18 74
Wei C, Olatunbosun OA. 2017. Prediction of influence of operating conditions and tyre design parameters on tyre cornering characteristics. International Journal of Vehicle Performance. 127-127 3.2
Zimasa T, Jamson S, Henson B. 2017. Are happy drivers safer drivers? Evidence from hazard response times and eye tracking data. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 14-23 46.Part A
Kelsch J, Dziennus M, Schieben A, Schömig N, Katharina W, Merat N, Madigan R, Louw T, Kountouriotis G, Ljung Aust M, Söderman M, Johansson E, DLR Team, BMW Team, Continental Team, CRF Team, Daimler Team, Ford Team, IKA Team, Volvo Cars Team, VTEC Team, VW Team. 2017. D3.3 Final functional Human Factors recommendations. In: Final functional Human Factors recommendations.

2016

Boer ER, Spyridakos PD, Markkula GM, Merat N. 2016. Cognitive Driver Distraction Improves Straight Lane Keeping: A Cybernetic Control Theoretic Explanation. 13th IFAC Symposium on Analysis, Design, and Evaluation ofHuman-Machine Systems HMS 2016
Christie N, Carsten O, Campsell D, Tunbridge R. 2016. Fit to drive? Policy and practice implications of assessing fitness to drive in the UK. Safety 2016 World Conference
Madigan R, Louw T, Dziennus M, Graindorge T, Ortega E, Graindorge M, Merat N. 2016. Acceptance of Automated Road Transport Systems (ARTS): an adaptation of the UTAUT model. Transport Research Arena 6th European Transport Research Conference (TRA 2016)
Romano RA, Park GA, Paul V, Allen RW. 2016. Motion Cueing Evaluation of Off-Road Heavy Vehicle Handling. SAE 2016 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress
Sadraei E, Romano R, Jamson AH, Chappell P, Markkula GM, Bean A, Boer ER. 2016. Understanding Cue Utility in Controlled Evasive Driving Manoeuvres: Optimizing Vestibular Cues for Simulator & Human Abilities. The 13th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of Human-Machine Systems
Siulagi A, Antin JF, Molnar LJ, Bai S, Reynolds S, Carsten O, Greene-Roesel R. 2016. Vulnerable Road Users: How Can Automated Vehicle Systems Help to Keep Them Safe and Mobile?.
Srinivasan AR, Chakraborty S. 2016. Path planning with user route preference - A reward surface approximation approach using orthogonal Legendre polynomials. 2016 IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE)
Baluwala A, Ghosh D, Dwarakanath A, Twiddy M, Daxter P, Jamson SL, Elliott M. 2016. P65 OSAS and driving – BTS return survey to assess consistency of advice given to patients at diagnosis and after treatment– a repeat of the 2013 survey to evaluate the impact of a BTS statement and new DVLA regulations. Thorax. A120-A121 71.Suppl 3
Batool Z, Carsten O. 2016. Attitudinal Determinants of Aberrant Driving Behaviors in Pakistan. Transportation Research Record. 52-59 2602
Herbert N, Thyer N, Isherwood S, Merat N. 2016. The Effect of Auditory Distraction on the Useful Field of View in Hearing Impaired Individuals and its implications for driving. Cognition, Technology and Work. 393-402 18.2
Herbert N, Thyer N, Isherwood S, Merat N. 2016. The effect of a simulated hearing loss on performance of an auditory memory task in driving. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 122-130 43
Jamson SL, Mrozek M. 2016. Is three the magic number? The role of ergonomic principles in cross country comprehension of road traffic signs. Ergonomics. 1024-1031 60.7
Kountouriotis G, Merat N. 2016. Leading to Distraction: Driver distraction, lead car, and road environment. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 22-30 89
Kountouriotis G, Mole CD, Merat N, Wilkie RM. 2016. The need for speed: global optic flow speed influences steering. Royal Society Open Science. 3
Kountouriotis G, Spyridakos P, Carsten O, Merat N. 2016. Identifying cognitive distraction using steering wheel reversal rates. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 39-45 96
Lamport D, Lawton C, Merat N, Jamson A, Myrissa K, Hofman D, Chadwick H, Quadt F, Wightman JL, Dye L. 2016. Concord Grape Juice, cognitive function and driving performance: a 12 week, placebo controlled, randomised, crossover trial in mothers of pre-teen children. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 775-783 103.3
Lee YM, Sheppard E. 2016. The effect of motion and signalling on drivers’ ability to predict intentions of other road users. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 202-208 95.Part A
Madigan R, Golightly D, Madders R. 2016. Application of Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) to UK rail safety-of-the-line incidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 122-131 97
Majeed S, Batool Z. 2016. Identification of factors affecting modal shift in Lahore. Proceedings of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences: Part A. 373-379 53.4A
Markkula G, Engström J, Lodin J, Bärgman J, Victor T. 2016. A farewell to brake reaction times? Kinematics-dependent brake response in naturalistic rear-end emergencies. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 209-226 95.Part A
Wei C, Taghavifar H, Mardani A. 2016. Appraisal of numerical-based finite element method to synthesise the wheel-obstacle collision dynamics using a single-wheel tester. International Journal of Heavy Vehicle Systems.
Wei C, Yang X. 2016. Static tire properties analysis and static parameters derivation to characterising tire model using experimental and numerical solutions. Journal of Advances in Vehicle Engineering. 1-20 2.1
Dwarakanath A; Ghosh D; Jamson S; Baxter P; Elliott M Establishing a normal range model using real time events, driving simulator (MiniUoLDS) outcome and performance based on standard deviation of lane position (SDLP) in untreated OSAS patients and controls ERS International Congress 2016 abstracts
Markkula G (2016) Why generic neural correlates of consciousness might be impossible to find: The example of post-stimulus cueing 20th Annual Meeting for Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Carsten O, Campsall D, Christie N, Tunbridge R. 2016. Fit to Drive?. In: Fit to Drive?.

2015

Louw T, Kountouriotis G, Carsten O, Merat N. 2015. Driver Inattention During Vehicle Automation: How Does Driver Engagement Affect Resumption Of Control?. 4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference
Louw TL, Merat N, Jamson AH. 2015. Engaging with highly automated driving: To be or not to be in the loop?. 8th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design
Madigan R, Golightly D, Madders R. 2015. Rail industry requirements around non-technical skills. International Conference on Ergonomics & Human Factors 2015
Markkula G, Eklov J, Laine L, Wikenhed E, Frojd N. 2015. Improving yaw stability control in severe instabilities by means of a validated model of driver steering. IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, Proceedings
Merat N, Kountouriotis G, Tomlinson A, Carsten O, Engstrom J. 2015. Performance on the Detection Response Task during driving: Separating the manual and cognitive element of the secondary task. 4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference
Carsten O, Vanderhaegen F. 2015. Situation awareness: Valid or fallacious?. Cognition, Technology and Work. 157-158 17.2
Ghosh D, Jamson SL, Baxter PD, Elliott MW. 2015. Factors that affect simulated driving in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea. ERJ Open Research. 00074-2015 1.2
Jamson S, Benetou D, Tate F. 2015. The impact of arc visibility on curve negotiation. Advances in Transportation Studies. 79-92 2015.37
Jamson SL, Brouwer R, Seewald P. 2015. Supporting eco-driving. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 629-630 58
Kountouriotis GK, Wilkie RM, Gardner PH, Merat N. 2015. Looking and thinking when driving: The impact of gaze and cognitive load on steering. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 108-121 34
Lee YM, Sheppard E, Crundall D. 2015. Cross-cultural effects on the perception and appraisal of approaching motorcycles at junctions. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 77-86 31
Markkula G. 2015. Answering questions about consciousness by modeling perception as covert behavior.. Frontiers in Psychology. 6
Rezaei M, Terauchi M, Klette R. 2015. Robust Vehicle Detection and Distance Estimation Under Challenging Lighting Conditions. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 2723-2743 16.5
Carsten O; Merat N (2015) Protective or Not? 4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference. Sydney, Australia
Merat N; Kountouriotis G; Carsten O; Engstrom J (2015) Performance on the Detection Response Task during driving: Separating the manual and cognitive element of the secondary task 4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference. Sydney, Australia

2014

Merat N, Jamson AH, Lai FH, Carsten O. 2014. Human Factors of Highly Automated Driving: Results from the EASY and CityMobil Projects. In: Road Vehicle Automation. Lecture Notes in Mobility.
Benderius O, Markkula G. 2014. Evidence for a fundamental property of steering. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting
Daniluk M, Rezaei M, Nicolescu R, Klette R. 2014. Eye Status Based on Eyelid Detection: A Driver Assistance System. International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics ICCVG 2014
Dwarakanath A, Ghosh D, Jamson S, Elliott M. 2014. Comparing coping strategies, accident history and driving simulator (MiniUoLDS) outcome in obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) patients and controls. EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
Dwarakanath A, Ghosh D, Jamson S, Elliott M. 2014. Evaluation of cognitive dysfunction using the cognitive failures questionnaire (CFQ), driving incidents and driving simulator (MiniUoLDS) outcome in obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) patients and controls. EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
Dwarakanath A, Ghosh D, Jamson S, Elliott M. 2014. Impact of speed and age on an office based advanced driving simulator (MinUoLDS) between obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) patients and controls. EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
Dwarakanath A, Jamson S, Baxter P, Elliott M. 2014. S24 Repeatability And Effect Of Incentives On An Office Based Advanced Driving Simulator (miniuolds) To Assess Driving Performance In Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome (osas). Thorax
Markkula G. 2014. Modeling driver control behavior in both routine and near-accident driving. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting
Merat N, Jamson HA, Lai F, Carsten O. 2014. Human Factors of Highly Automated Driving: Results from the EASY and CityMobil Projects. ROAD VEHICLE AUTOMATION
Rezaei M, Klette R. 2014. Look at the Driver, Look at the Road: No Distraction! No Accident!. 2014 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
Rezaei M, Terauchi M. 2014. Vehicle Detection Based on Multi-feature Clues and Dempster-Shafer Fusion Theory.
Rezaei M, Ziaei Nafchi H, Morales S. 2014. Global Haar-Like Features: A New Extension of Classic Haar Features for Efficient Face Detection in Noisy Images.
Srinivasan AR, Chakraborty S. 2014. Effect of network topology on the controllability of voter model dynamics using biased nodes. 2014 American Control Conference - ACC 2014
Wei C, Olatunbosun O. 2014. Explicit Dynamic simulation for tire rolling over obstacles. Tire Technology International EXPO 2014
Wiśniewska J, Rezaei M, Klette R. 2014. Robust Eye Gaze Estimation. International Conference on Computer Vision and Graphics
Xiong Z, Carsten O, Jamson H, Cohn AG. 2014. Task-Driven Framework for Driving Simulation: Scenario Orchestration with Autonomous Simulated Vehicles. Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting
Benderius O, Markkula G, Wolff K, Wahde M. 2014. Driver behaviour in unexpected critical events and in repeated exposures - a comparison. European Transport Research Review. 51-60 6
Cacciabue PC, Carsten O, Vanderhaegen F. 2014. Is there still a need for CTW?. Cognition, Technology & Work.
Carsten O. 2014. Introduction to the special section: Can workload take the strain?. Cognition, Technology & Work.
Dwarakanath A, Twiddy M, Ghosh D, Jamson SL, Baxter PD, Elliott MW. 2014. Variability in clinicians' opinions regarding fitness to drive in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS).. Thorax.
Hibberd DL, Jamson H, Jamson SL. 2014. The design of an in-vehicle assistance system to support eco-driving. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies.
Jamson AH, Hibberd DL, Merat N. 2014. Interface design considerations for an in-vehicle eco-driving assistance system. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies.
Jamson SL, Hibberd DL, Jamson AH. 2014. Drivers' ability to learn eco-driving skills; effects on fuel efficient and safe driving behaviour. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies.
Lensink MF, Moal IH, Bates PA, Kastritis PL, Melquiond ASJ, Karaca E, Schmitz C, Van Dijk M, Bonvin AMJJ, Eisenstein M, others. 2014. Blind prediction of interfacial water positions in CAPRI. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics. 620-632 82
Markkula G, Benderius O, Wahde M. 2014. Comparing and validating models of driver steering behaviour in collision avoidance and vehicle stabilisation. Vehicle System Dynamics. 1658-1680 52.12
Merat N, de Waard D. 2014. Human factors implications of vehicle automation: Current understanding and future directions. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 193-195 27
Merat N, Jamson A, Lai F, Daly M, Carsten O. 2014. Transition to manual: Driver behaviour when resuming control from a highly automated vehicle. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 274-282 27.Part B
Merat N, Jamson AH, Lai FCH, Daly M, Carsten OMJ. 2014. Transition to manual: Driver behaviour when resuming control from a highly automated vehicle. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 274-282 27
Pampel SM, Jamson SL, Hibberd DL, Barnard Y. 2014. How I reduce fuel consumption: An experimental study on mental models of eco-driving. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies.
Rezaei M, Lin J, Klette R. 2014. Hybrid filter blending to maintain facial expressions in rendered human portraits. International Journal of Arts and Technology. 128-128 7.2/3
Teh E, Jamson S, Carsten O, Jamson H. 2014. Temporal fluctuations in driving demand: The effect of traffic complexity on subjective measures of workload and driving performance. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 207-217 22
Pampel SM; Jamson SL; Hibberd DL; Barnard YF (2014) Mental Models of Eco-Driving: Comparison of Driving Styles in a Simulator 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics AHFE 2014, pp. 249-259. Krakow, Poland
Jamson S, Kappe B, Louw T. 2014. Ecodriver Deliverable 42.1: Performance Indicators and acceptance analysis plan.
Victor T, Bärgman J, Boda C-N, Dozza M, Engström J, Flannagan C, Lee JD, Markkula G. 2014. Safer Glances, Driver Inattention, and Crash Risk: An Investigation Using the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study.

2013 & previous

Carbonell VE, Rothengatter T, Carsten OMJ. 2004. Traffic and Transport Psychology: Theory and Application.
Carsten OMJ. 1993. Pedestrian problems: Can RTI help?.
Carsten OMJ. 1995. Smart Vehicles.
de Waard D, Merat N, Jamson H, Barnard Y, Carsten O. 2011. Human Factors of Systems and Technology.
Jamson SL, Rudin-Brown C. 2013. Behavioural Adaptation and Road Safety: Theory, Evidence, and Action.
Barnard YF, Carsten O, Lai F. 2011. From Theoretical Model to Experimental Data: A Structured Approach to Design Experiments to Seed a Model of Vehicle Operation with New Systems. In: Carlo CP (eds.) Human Modelling in Assisted Transportation.
Carsten O. 2007. From driver models to modelling the driver: What do we really need to know about the driver?. In: Modelling Driver Behaviour in Automotive Environments: Critical Issues in Driver Interactions with Intelligent Transport Systems.
Carsten O, Jamson AH. 2011. Driving simulators as research tools in traffic psychology. In: Handbook of Traffic Psychology.
Carsten OMJ. 2000. New technologies and behavior: problem or cure?. In: von HH; Nygren A; Andersson AE (eds.) Transportation, Traffic Safety and Health - Human Behaviour. Fourth International Conference, Tokyo.
Carsten OMJ. 2002. Multiple Perspectives. In: Fuller R; Santos AG (eds.) Human Factors for Highway Engineers.
Carsten OMJ. 2005. Mind Over Matter: Who's Controlling the Vehicle and How do We Know. In: Underwood G (eds.) Traffic and Transport Psychology. Theory and Application: Proceedings of the ICTTP 2004.
Carsten OMJ. 2006. The HASTE test regime for the safety assessment of in-vehicle information systems. In: DfT (eds.) Behavioural Research in Road Safety 2006: Sixteenth Seminar.
Carsten OMJ. 2008. Error and motivation in driving.. In: de WD; Flemisch F; Lorenz B; Oberheid J; Brookhuis K (eds.) Human Factors for Assistance and Automation.
Carsten OMJ, Comte S, Tate FN. 1999. Why change attitudes when we can change behaviour : the case of speed limiters. In: Grayson GB (eds.) Behavioural Research in Road Safety IX.
Carsten OMJ, Gallimore S. 1996. The Leeds driving simulator: A new tool for research in driver behaviour. In: Gale AG (eds.) Vision in Vehicles V.
Carsten OMJ, Zakowska L, Jamson AH. 2005. Driver's Perception of Self-Explained Road Infrastructure and Architecture. In: Underwood G (eds.) Traffic and Transport Psychology: Theory and Application.
Comte SL. 1999. Speed management: targeting the road, vehicle or driver?. In: Harris D (eds.) Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics.
Engström J, Victor TW, Markkula G. 2012. Attention selection and multitasking in everyday driving: A conceptual model. In: Regan MA; Victor TW; Lee JD (eds.) Driver Distraction and Inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures.
Groeger JA, Bradshaw MF, Everatt J, Merat N. 2001. Allocation of visual attention among train drivers. In: Vision in Vehicles. 9.
Groeger JA, Carsten OMJ, Blana E, Jamson AH. 1997. Speed and distance estimation under simulated conditions. In: Gale AG; Brown ID; Haslegrave CM; Taylor SP (eds.) Vision in Vehilcles VII.
Jamson AH. 1999. Curve negotiation in the Leeds Driving Simulator: the role of driver experience. In: Harris D (eds.) Engineering Pychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, Volume Three.
Jamson AH. 2011. Cross-Platform Validation Issues. In: Fisher D; Rizzo M; Caird JK; Lee JD (eds.) Handbook of Driving Simulation for Engineering, Medicine and Psychology.
Jamson H. 2011. Cross-platform validation issues. In: Handbook of Driving Simulation for Engineering, Medicine, and Psychology.
Kuhl JG, Papelis YE, Romano RA. 1993. An open software architecture for operator-in-the-loop simulator design and integration. In: Concurrent Engineering: Tools and Technologies for Mechanical System Design.
Mendelson A, Curry E, Southall D, Jamson AH, Smith P. 2004. Drivers' Perception of Secondary Braking Systems. In: Barton DC; Blackwood A (eds.) Vehicle Braking and Chassis Control.
Merat N, Jamson H, Lai F, Carsten O. 2010. Automated driving, secondary task performance and situation awareness. In: de Waard D; Axelsson A; Berglund M; Peters B; Weikert C (eds.) Human Factors – A system view of human, technology and organisation. Europe Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Merat N, Mills A, Bradshaw M, Everatt J, Groeger J. 2002. Allocation of attention among train drivers. In: McCabe PT (eds.) Contemporary Ergonomics 2002. Contemporary Ergonomics.
Perez-Cano L, Solernou A, Pons C, Fernández-Recio J. 2010. Structural prediction of protein-RNA interaction by computational docking with propensity-based statistical potentials. In: Biocomputing 2010.
Rezaei M, Sabzevari R. 2009. Multisensor Data Fusion Strategies for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. In: Sensor and Data Fusion.
Ward NJ, Parkes AM, Arron KL, Jamson AH. 1999. The Interpretation of Intelligent Brake Lights. In: Grayson GB (eds.) Behavioural Research in Road Safety XI.
Amditis A, Pagle K, Markkula G, Andreone L. 2011. Towards an Integrated Adaptive Automotive HMI for the Future.
Amditis A, Pagle K, Tsogas M, Bekiaris E, Panou M, Veste HT, Bellet T, Boverie S, Kutila M, Markkula G. 2007. A real time platform for estimating the driver-vehicle-environment state in aide integrated project. 14th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, ITS 2007
Apostolov R, AGREN H, AXNER L, AYGUADE E, Duta M, Gelpi JL, Gimenez J, Goni R, Hess B, Jamitzky F, others. 2012. ScalaLife–Scalable Software Services for Life Sciences. Proceedings eChallenges e-2012 Conference
Auckland RA, Carsten OMJ, Levesley MC, Crolla DA, Manning WJ. 2005. Dynamic performance of adaptive cruise control vehicles. SAE Technical Papers
Bartelme M, Booth M, Cremer J, Evans D, Kearney J, Romano R. 1993. Experiment authoring for virtual driving environments. 1st Eurographics Workshop on Virtual Environments
Benderius O, Markkula G, Wolff K, Wahde M. 2011. A simulation environment for analysis and optimization of driver models. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Bradshaw MF, Groeger JA, Everatt J, Merat N, Field D. 2002. Rail-drivers' eye-movements in complex natural scenes. Human Vision and Electronic Imaging
Brodin G, Daly MR, Stevens J. 2003. Effect of Helicopter Rotors on GPS Reception. CAA Paper 2003/7
Brostrom R, Engstrom J, Agnvall A, Markkula G. 2006. Towards the next generation intelligent driver information system (IDIS): The Volvo car interaction manager concept. 13th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services
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Carsten OMJ Results of VRU-TOO
Carsten OMJ An academic's perspective: innovative solutions in road safety
Carsten OMJ 'Harriet and the Matches' or 'Johnny Head in Air'
Carsten OMJ What benefits can we gain from telematics?
Carsten OMJ New systems for accident prevention : review of European research
Carsten OMJ Human failure or system failure: problem identification and countermeasures , pp. 8-12
Carsten OMJ "Can't go, won't go"
Carsten OMJ (Panel session PS-M3 Intelligent Speed Adaptation in Europe)
Carsten OMJ From behavioural adaptation to safety modelling: predicting the safety impacts of new technology.
Carsten OMJ ISA - from field trials to reality
Carsten OMJ Implications of the first set of HASTE results on driver distraction.
Carsten OMJ Mind over matter: who’s controlling the vehicle and how do we know.
Carsten OMJ From driver models to modelling the driver: what do we really need to know about the driver? , pp. 93-102
Carsten OMJ Did we need a long-term study of driving with Intelligent Speed Adaptation or would the earlier short-term studies have been sufficient?
Carsten OMJ; Comte S UK work on automatic speed control
Carsten OMJ; Jamson SL; Chorlton K; Lai FCH Did we need a long-term study of driving with Intelligent Speed Adaptation or would the earlier short-term studies have been sufficient?
Carsten OMJ; Tate F Intelligent Speed Adaptation: the Best Collision Avoidance System?
Carsten OMJ; Tate F; Lai FCH The effect of new technologies on speed distributions.
Carsten OMJ; Zakowska L; Jamson AH; Cyunel M Driver's perception of self explained road infrastructure and architecture , pp. 397-406
Cathey L; Romano RA; Rotenberg S (2011) Tools for Helping Traffic Engineers Realize Their Designs in an Interactive Virtual Driving Environment Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting
Chorlton K; Hess S; Jamson S; Wardman M An investigation into the demand for Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) systems in the United Kingdom
Comte S; Carsten OMJ Behavioural response to automatic speed control in urban areas , pp. 302-304
Comte S; Carsten OMJ The effectiveness of ATT and non-ATT treatments for sharp curves on two-lane rural roads
Groeger JA; Carsten OMJ; Blana E Speed and distance estimation under simulated conditions
Hibberd DL (2009) Working towards a driver workload manager. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society European Chapter. Linkoping, Sweden
Hibberd DL; Jamson AH; Jamson SL; Merat N (2013) Designing an in-vehicle eco-driving support system to assist drivers in conserving fuel Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter. Turin, Italy
Hibberd DL; Jamson SL; Carsten OMJ (2012) Can the Psychological Refractory Period paradigm be used to reduce distraction-related vehicle crashes? International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology. Groningen, Netherlands
Hodgson FC; Barnard Y; Bradley M; Merat N; Lloyd A (2011) Acceptance of technologies supporting driving and walking, by people over 65 years old who do not normally use digital technologies. Second International Workshop on Acceptance of Technological and Organisational changes in Transport. Paris
Jamson AH (1998) Curve negotiation in the Leeds Driving Simulator: the role of driver experience Second International Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics Conference. Oxford
Jamson AH A behavioural validation of the Leeds Driving Simulator
Jamson AH Driving Simulator Validity: Issues of Field of View and Resolution
Jamson AH (2001) Image Characteristics and Their Effect on Driving Simulator Validity. First International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, pp. 190-195. Aspen, CO
Jamson AH (2007) Driving Me Round the Bend: Behavioural Studies Using the New University of Leeds Driving Simulator . DLR, Brauwschweig, Germany
Jamson AH (2012) An Optimisation of Classical Motion Cueing in the University of Leeds Driving Simulator Driving Simulation Conference, DSC2012 Europe. Paris
Jamson AH; Horrobin AJ; Auckland RA Driving: Whatever Happened to the LADS? Design, development and preliminary validation of the new University of Leeds Driving Simulator.
Jamson AH; Merat N The Effectiveness of Saftey Campaign VMS Messages - A Driving Simulator Investigation
Jamson AH; Merat N (2009) Can Low Cost Road Engineering Measures Combat Driver Fatigue? A Driving Simulator Investigation. 5th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design. Big Sky, Montana, USA
Jamson AH; Merat N; Carsten OMJ; Lai FCH (2011) Fully-automated driving: the road to future vehicles Sixth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design. Lake Tahoe, CA
Jamson AH; Mouta S (2004) More bang for your buck? A cross-simulator evaluation study , pp. 321-332
Jamson AH; Pyne HC; Carsten OMJ An evaluation of traffic calming measures using the Leeds Driving Simulator
Jamson AH; Smith P (2002) How Real Does it Feel? An "Emotional" Validation of the Leeds Driving Simulator . Paris
Jamson AH; Smith P (2003) Driver's Perception of and Response to Brake Failure . Park City, Utah
Jamson AH; Whiffin P; Burchill P Driver Response to Active Front Steer and Power-Assist Failures
Jamson S; Kircher K; Brouwer R Methodological challenges and solutions in the eurofot project
Jamson SL Do those who need ISA, use it?
Jamson SL (2010) Acceptability data – what should or could it predict ? Acceptance Seminar. Paris
Jamson SL (2011) Does legislation influence drivers’ propensity to use Nomadic Devices whilst driving? 2nd International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, pp. 45-45. Gothenberg, Sweden
Jamson SL; Chorlton K Who rides on our roads? An exploratory study of the UK motorcycling fleet.
Jamson SL; Lai FCH (2011) Are novelty effects of road safety treatments observable in simulator experiments? the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington
Jamson SL; Lai FCH; Carsten OMJ Low-cost engineering measures for speed management. DfT Behavioural Seminar
Jamson SL; Tate FN; Jamson AH (2001) Bilingual Variable Message Signs: A Study of Information Presentation and Driver Distraction , pp. 153-158. Aspen, CO
Lai FCH; Carsten OMJ Safety implications of driver dual-task performance
Lai FCH; Carsten OMJ I want to go faster, so get out of my way – an analysis of overriding of the ISA system
Mendelson A; Curry E; Southall D; Jamson H; Smith P Drivers' perception of secondary braking systems , pp. 61-100
Merat N; Barnard Y Technology Acceptance by car drivers over the age of 70 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter
Merat N; Jamson AH Shut up I'm driving! Is talking to an inconsiderate passenger the same as talking on the mobile phone?
Merat N; Jamson AH (2009) How do drivers behave in a highly automated car? Fifth International Driving Symposium on Human Factor in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design. Montana
Merat N; Jamson AH (2011) A Driving Simulator Study to Examine the Role of Vehicle Acoustics on Drivers’ Speed Perception Sixth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design. Lake Tahoe, CA
Mollenhauer M; Morrison M; Romano RA (2005) Sensor Functionality for Ground Vehicle Simulation Authoring IMAGE Conference. Scottsdale, AZ
Mollenhauer MA; Romano RA; Brumm B The evaluation of a motion base driving simulator in a CAVE at TACOM
Pampel SM; Jamson SL; Hibberd DL; Barnard YF (2013) How can Safe and Fuel-Efficient Driving be Measured? A Mental Model Approach to Quantify and Distinguish Driving Styles School of Civil Engineering and Institute for Transport Studies PGR Students' Conference. Leeds, UK
Pyne HC; Carsten OMJ; Tight MR Speed on rural arterial roads.
Romano R Minimum Time Control System for Use in Driving Simulator Washout Algorithms
Romano RA (1996) A New Approach to Motion Control Logic for Ground Vehicle Simulators IMAGE VII Conference. Tucson, AZ
Romano RA (2002) Integrating a Motion Base into a CAVE Automatic Virtual Environment IMAGE 2002. Scottsdale, AZ
Romano RA; Bochenek G; Brumm B; Zywiol H (2002) Using a Motion Base to Enhance Virtual Reality Based Research at TARDEC 23rd Army Science Conference. Orlando, Florida
Romano RA; Stoner HA A quick and effective prototype experimental design and analysis tool
Seco A; Pires Da Costa AH; Carsten OMJ; Sherborne DJ; Tillis T New strategies for traffic signal control of pedestrian crossings: the advantages of pedestrian real time automatic detection
Tight MR; Carsten OMJ Urban road accidents: an in-depth study.
Tight MR; Carsten OMJ The use of advanced technology to assist vulnerable road users
Xiong Z; Carsten O; Jamson H; Cohn AG Driving with Smith: A scenario-aware driver model for driving simulation , pp. 201-208
Xiong Z; Cohn AG; Carsten OMC; Jamson AHJ (2012) Autonomous Local Manoeuvre and Scenario Orchestration Based on Automated Action Planning in Driving Simulation Driving Simulation Conference, DSC2012. Paris
Xiong Z; Jamson H; Cohn AG; Carsten O Ontology for Scenario Orchestration (OSO): A standardised scenario description in driving simulation , pp. 1574-1579
Bloomfield JR, Buck JR, Carroll SA, Booth MS, Romano RA. 1995. Human factors aspects of the transfer of control from the automated highway system to the driver. Working paper, October 1993-September 1994.
Bloomfield JR, Buck JR, Carroll SA, Booth MS, Romano RA, MCGEHEE D, North RA. 1995. HUMAN FACTORS ASPECTS OF THE TRANSFER OF CONTROL FROM THE AUTOMATED HIGHWAY SYSTEM TO THE DRIVER. WORKING PAPER.
Campbell KL, Carsten OMJ. 1981. Fleet accident evaluation of FMVSS 121: Final Report. In: UM-HSRI-81-9.
Campbell KL, Carsten OMJ. 1986. Truck accident trends in Michigan, 1978-84: Final Report. In: UMTRI-86-16.
Carsten OMJ. 1981. Use of the Nationwide Personal Transportation Study to calculate exposure..
Carsten OMJ. 1986. Relationship of accident type to occupant injuries: Final report. In: UMTRI-86-15.
Carsten OMJ. 1987. Safety implications of truck configuration..
Carsten OMJ. 1987. Road class and large truck involvements in fatal accidents.. In: UMTRI-87-19.
Carsten OMJ. 1990. An intelligent traffic system for vulnerable road users.. In: pp. 11-30.
Carsten OMJ. 1991. General specification for the evaluation and experimental design of field trials..
Carsten OMJ. 1991. Can Road Transport Informatics help vulnerable road users?. In: pp. 1031-1036.
Carsten OMJ. 1993. Framework for prospective traffic safety analysis..
Carsten OMJ. 1993. VRU-TOO An ATT Project for vulnerable road user safety. In: VTI Rapport, 380A, Part 3.
Carsten OMJ. 2004. Implications of the first set of HASTE results on driver distraction.
Carsten OMJ, Comte SL, Tate FN. 2000. Traffic calming with new technology: accident savings and driver behaviour..
Carsten OMJ, Draskoczy M. 1995. The Safety impact of ATT Systems: What have we learned from DRIVE II?.
Carsten OMJ, Fowkes M, Lai F, Chorlton K, Jamson S, Tate FN, Simpkin R. 2008. Executive summary of project results..
Carsten OMJ, Fowkes M, Lai F, Chorlton K, Jamson S, Tate FN, Simpkin R. 2008. Intelligent speed adaptation: Final report.
Carsten OMJ, Fowkes M, Tate FN. 2000. Implementing intelligent speed adaptation in the UK: Recommendations of thr EVSC project..
Carsten OMJ, Hodgson FC. 1994. Pedstrian behaviour and pedestrian signal design..
Carsten OMJ, Lai F, Chorlton K, Goodman P, Carslaw D, Hess S. 2008. Speed limit adherence and its effect on road safety and climate change: Final report.
Carsten OMJ, O'Day J. 1984. Injury priority analysis: Task A final report. In: UMTRI-84-24.
Carsten OMJ, Tight MR, Southwell MT. 1989. Urban accidents: Why do they happen?.
Carsten OMJ, Timms PM, Brundell-Freij K, Seco A. 1995. Safe interaction of pedestrians and vehicles: Behaviour and ATT solutions..
Draskoczy M, Carsten OMJ, Kulmala R. 1998. Road safety guidelines..
Gimotty PA, Campbell KL, Chirachavala T, Carsten OMJ, O'Day J. 1980. Statistical analysis of the National Crash Severity Study data: Final Report. In: UM-HSRI-80-38.
Grayson GB, Carsten OMJ. 1994. Design of route guidance evaluation studies..
Jamson S, Lai FCH, Jamson AH, Horrobin A, Carsten O. 2008. Interaction between Speed Choice and Road Environment. In: Road Safety Research Report.
Jamson SL. 2004. The Prevalence and antecedents of risky motorcycling behaviour.
Jamson SL, Carsten OMJ, Chorlton K, Fowkes M. 2005. Intelligent Speed Adaptation: Literature Review and Scoping Study.
Jamson SL, Chorlton K. 2005. Differences between London motorcyclists and those from the rest of the UK.
Jamson SL, Chorlton K, Conner MT. 2005. The Older Motorcyclist: Final Report.
Jamson SL, Chorlton K, Jamson AH, Horrobin A, Carsten OMJ. 2008. Results of Simulator Experiments..
Lai F, Chorlton K, Simpkin R, Fowkes M. 2008. Results of Truck Trial.
Lai FCH, Chorlton K, Carsten O. 2008. Results of Field Trial 2.
Lai FCH, Chorlton K, Carsten OMJ. 2008. Overall field trial results..
Lai FCH, Chorlton K, Carsten OMJ. 2008. Results of Field Trial 4.
Lai FCH, Chorlton K, Carsten OMJ. 2008. Results of Field Trial 3.
Lai FCH, Chorlton K, Carsten OMJ, Fowkes M, Tjahjono T, Gawthorpe S. 2008. Results of Field Trial 1.
Markkula G, Karlsson A-S, Laine L, Dela N. 2011. A pilot evaluation of using large movement driving simulator experiments to study driver behaviour influence on active safety systems for commercial heavy vehicles.
Romano RA. 1999. Motion control logic for large excursion driving simulators.
Romano RA. 2001. Integrating a Motion Base into a CAVE Automatic Virtual Environment: Phase 1.
Rothengatter JA, Carsten OMJ, Franzen S, Kulmala T. 1993. Feasibility of evaluation work..
Rothengatter JA, Carsten OMJ, Labiale G. 1995. Route Guidance Evaluation: Simulator Studies..
Southwell MT, Carsten OMJ, Tight MR. 1990. Contributory factors in urban road accidents..
Tate F, Carsten OMJ. 2008. Implementation scenarios..
Tijerina L, Jackson JL, Pomerleau DA, Romano RA, Perterson A. 1995. RUN-OFF-ROAD COLLISION AVOIDANCE COUNTERMEASURES USING IVHS COUNTERMEASURES, TASK 3. VOLUME 2.
Ward DD, Fowkes M, Jesty PH, Hobley KM, Carsten OMJ. 2000. The development and assessment of safety-related UTMC systems..
Winckler CB, Fancher PS, Carsten OMJ, Mathew A, Dill P. 1986. Improving the dynamic performance of multitrailer vehicles: A study of innovative dollies. Final report.. In: UMTRI-86-26.
Wolfe AC, Carsten OMJ. 1982. Study of car/truck crashes in the United States. In: UM-HSRI-82-2.
Zywiol Jr HJ, Romano R. 2003. Motion drive algorithms and simulator design to study motion effects on infantry soldiers.

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