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Developing an abstraction hierarchy for visual displays in semi-automated vehicles

Developing an abstraction hierarchy for visual displays in semi-automated vehicles
Developing an abstraction hierarchy for visual displays in semi-automated vehicles
Understanding how to begin the process of designing a complex system can be challenging. Fortunately, human factors experts have a range of methods available for each step of the process from modelling domain constraints and affordances to more refined concept generation. For domains of high risk such as shared-control automated driving, understanding what, why and how to construct the environment around the human to optimise communication could be a major factor in preventing fatal collisions. In this presentation, we describe the process of developing an abstraction hierarchy – the process of mapping out physical objects, processes and values within the domain of semi-automated vehicles and present a section of this analysis exploring the implementation of visual displays for effective driver-automation communication.
Automation, Cognitive Work Analysis, Interface Design, Communication
Clark, Jediah
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Stanton, Neville
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Revell, Kirsten
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Clark, Jediah
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Stanton, Neville
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Revell, Kirsten
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Clark, Jediah, Stanton, Neville and Revell, Kirsten (2020) Developing an abstraction hierarchy for visual displays in semi-automated vehicles. The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 2020, Virtual,. 28 Apr - 01 May 2020.

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Abstract

Understanding how to begin the process of designing a complex system can be challenging. Fortunately, human factors experts have a range of methods available for each step of the process from modelling domain constraints and affordances to more refined concept generation. For domains of high risk such as shared-control automated driving, understanding what, why and how to construct the environment around the human to optimise communication could be a major factor in preventing fatal collisions. In this presentation, we describe the process of developing an abstraction hierarchy – the process of mapping out physical objects, processes and values within the domain of semi-automated vehicles and present a section of this analysis exploring the implementation of visual displays for effective driver-automation communication.

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Clark et al. CWA for AVs - EHF 2020 - Accepted Manuscript
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Published date: April 2020
Venue - Dates: The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 2020, Virtual,, 2020-04-28 - 2020-05-01
Keywords: Automation, Cognitive Work Analysis, Interface Design, Communication

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Local EPrints ID: 446046
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/446046
PURE UUID: 1546cc3a-fb87-41ab-a1ad-fd44b4e2f0b6
ORCID for Jediah Clark: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1356-2462
ORCID for Neville Stanton: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8562-3279

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Date deposited: 19 Jan 2021 17:33
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 17:42

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Author: Jediah Clark ORCID iD
Author: Neville Stanton ORCID iD
Author: Kirsten Revell

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