Location

Park City, Utah

Date

22-7-2003

Session

Session 1 - Lectures - (Distraction and Workload)

Abstract

We describe a computational model of multiple task performance used to predict task interference and subsequent decrements in performance, based on the resource demands of a particular task (i.e., the difficulty) as well as the competition between tasks over limited and overlapping resources. We describe the model components, the computational aspects, and further validate it with data from a simulated driving study.

Comments

Honda Outstanding Student Paper Award

Rights

Copyright © 2003 the authors

DC Citation

Proceedings of the Second International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, July 21-24, 2003, Park City, Utah. Iowa City, IA: Public Policy Center, of Iowa, 2003: 7-12.

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Jul 22nd, 12:00 AM

Multiple Resource Modeling of Task Interference in Vehicle Control, Hazard Awareness and In-vehicle Task Performance

Park City, Utah

We describe a computational model of multiple task performance used to predict task interference and subsequent decrements in performance, based on the resource demands of a particular task (i.e., the difficulty) as well as the competition between tasks over limited and overlapping resources. We describe the model components, the computational aspects, and further validate it with data from a simulated driving study.