Human Factors in Intelligent Transportation Systems

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Work reported in this chapter was sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration under Contract No. DTFH61-92-C-00100. The authors wish to express their thanks for the support and guidance provided by the contracting officer's technical representative, Ms. Elizabeth Alicandri, of the Federal Highway Administration's Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.


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Bloomfield J. R., Buck J. R., Carroll S. A., Booth M. S., Romano R. A., McGehee D. V., & North R. A. ( 1994). Human factors aspects of the transfer of control from the Automated Highway System to the driver. Revised Working Paper (Contract No. DTFH61-92-C-00100; FHWA-RD-94-114). McLean, VA: Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, Federal Highway Administration.

Bloomfield J. R., Buck J. R., Christensen J. M., & Yenamandra A. ( 1994). Human factors aspects of the transfer of control from the driver to the Automated Highway System. Revised Working Paper (Contract No. DTFH61-92-C-00100; FHWA-RD-94-173). McLean, VA: Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, Federal Highway Administration.

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