Ergonomics and Safety of Intelligent Driver Interfaces

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Author Index
A
Adams, B. B., 231, 237
Adams, C. C., 50, 61, 153, 167
Adams, C. C., Jr., 187, 192, 198, 199, 201
ADC of Alexandria, 349, 361
Adler, J. L., 2, 7, 22
Akerstedt, T., 332, 343
Alexander, J., 293, 297, 307
Alexander, R. A., 382, 392
Alford, C., 335, 343
Alicandri, E., 98, 114, 309, 327
Allen, M. J., 240, 257
Allen, R. W., 2, 7, 15, 21, 22, 337, 343, 366, 378
Alm, H., 116, 135, 144, 152, 205, 219, 224, 229
Anderson, J. R., 232, 237
Andre, A. D., 288, 306
ANSI/HFS 100- 1988, 157, 166
Antin, J. F., 50, 60, 116, 122, 137, 140, 151, 153, 167, 243, 260
Anwar, M., 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 111, 114
Anzai, Y., 86, 95
Aoki, M., 365, 378
Appelle, S., 244, 251, 258
Artaud, P., 332, 343, 366, 378
Ashby, M. C., 45, 60, 117, 122, 133, 135, 136, 139, 143, 151, 199, 200, 297, 306, 307
Ayala, B., 293, 297, 307
B
Baddeley, A. D., 244, 254, 257
Bailey, J. H., 288, 306
Baldrey, P. E., 240, 257
Barham, P., 293, 297, 307
Barlow, S. T., 11, 22, 345, 361
Barr, R. A., 346, 361
Barrett, G. V., 382, 392
Barrow, K., 115, 135
Bartz, A. E., 251, 257
Bastien, C., 178, 183
Becker, C. A., 11, 22, 345, 361
Becklan, R., 243, 259
Benel, D. C. R., 255, 257
Benel, R. A., 255, 257
Bengler, K., 116, 135
Ben-Ishai, R., 381, 392
Bertone, C. M., 217, 218
Betsold, R. J., 71, 84
Bhandal, A. S., 189, 190, 200
Bhise, V. D., 253, 257
Birren, J. E., 382, 392
Bittner, A. C., 345, 361
Bloomfield, J. R., 311, 327, 328
Boehm-Davis, D., 351, 362
Bonsall, P. W., 3, 4, 6, 7, 14, 15, 21, 22, 116, 136
Borgatti, S. P., 77, 78, 83
Borgstrom, R., 236, 237
Bossi, L. L. M., 240, 245, 259
Boyer, D., 332, 343
Brade, S., 116, 136, 151, 151, 154, 167
Brand, J., 71, 83
Braune, R., 382, 392
Brekke, M., 366, 378

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