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Models Based on the Analysis of Human Behavior: Example of the Detection of Hypo-Vigilance in Automobile Driving

Abstract : Researching models of the human operator is a problem that the scientific community, in the domain of human-machine systems (HMS), has been focusing on for many years. This research is conducted to achieve two major categories of objectives. This chapter discusses the models of the second category, more particularly with the goal of diagnosis of the operator's behaviors with the HMS. The detection and the diagnosis of faults are two functions that are a part of the larger area of the supervision of systems. The chapter proposes statistical approach based on the analysis of information observable within the system after a step of characterization by average membership value (AMV) to fuzzy modalities. This approach is illustrated with an example of HMS: the driver-vehicle- environment system. The example deals with the problem of vigilance and of fatigue in automobile driving through the analysis of a highway journey
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Jean-Christophe Popieul, Pierre Loslever, Philippe Simon. Models Based on the Analysis of Human Behavior: Example of the Detection of Hypo-Vigilance in Automobile Driving. Designing Human-Machine Cooperation Systems, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., pp.119-170, 2014, 978-184821685-3. ⟨10.1002/9781118984390.ch4⟩. ⟨hal-03663511⟩

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