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Eye behaviour as a hazard perception measure

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posted on 2018-05-30, 00:00 authored by Julie Hani Iskander, Samer HanounSamer Hanoun, Imali HettiarachchiImali Hettiarachchi, Mohammed Hossny, K Saleh, Hailing Zhou, Saeid NahavandiSaeid Nahavandi, Asim BhattiAsim Bhatti
Hazard perception during driving is essential in detecting and avoiding traffic incidents. In this study, eye movement analysis is used to measure the driver's hazard perception while engaged in different traffic scenarios on Australian roads. Participants were asked to observe recordings of four different traffic scenarios and react to hazards by clicking the mouse. The aim of this study is to examine three hypotheses; (1) the relationship between driver's experience and hazard identification, (2) the use of pupil dilation as a measure of hazard perception, and (3) the ability of gaze fixation points to determine the driver's perception of the hazard. The results show that eye movement dynamics and change in pupil diameter can provide good measures of the drivers' hazard perception and prediction.

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Event

Systems. Conference (2018 : 12th : Vancouver, British Columbia)

Pagination

1 - 6

Publisher

IEEE

Location

Vancouver, British Columbia

Place of publication

Piscataway, N.J.

Start date

2018-04-24

End date

2018-04-26

ISBN-13

9781538636640

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2018, IEEE

Title of proceedings

SysCon 2018 : Proceedings of the 12th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference

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