This study aims to 1) identify the contributing factors in the Driving Reliability and Error Analysis Method (DREAM) that can be linked to a standardised framework for driver inattention, and 2) to analyse the presence of
Author(s)
Jordanka Kovaceva, András Bálint, Helen Fagerlind
Published in
Proceedings of the 4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference, Sydney, New South Wales, November 2015
Year of publication
2015
Author(s)
Trent Victor, Marco Dozza
Published in
Driver Distraction and Inattention conference, September 2011.
Year of publication
2011
Crash databases are commonly queried to infer crash causation, prioritize countermeasures to prevent crashes, and evaluate safety systems. However, crash databases, which may be compiled from police and hospital records, alone cannot provide estimates of crash
Author(s)
Marco Dozza
Published in
Accident Analysis and Prevention (0001-4575). (2016)
Year of publication
2016
Crash databases are commonly queried to infer crash causation, prioritize countermeasures to prevent crashes, and evaluate safety systems. However, crash databases fail to capture road user behavior before the crash and are not sufficient to estimate
Author(s)
Marco Dozza
Published in
Proceedings of the 4th International Cycling Safety Conference, Hannover, 15-16 Sept 2015 (2015)
Year of publication
2015
The 2011 AASHTO Roadside Design Guide (RDG) contains perhaps the most widely used procedure for choosing an appropriate length of need (LON) for roadside barriers. However, this procedure has several limitations. The procedure uses a highly
Author(s)
Nick Johnson, Clay Gabler, Robert Thomson
Published in
Accident Analysis and Prevention (0001-4575). Vol. 80 (2015), p. 162-171.
Year of publication
2015
Despite its importance to health and safety, there is a long history of disagreement about how to operationalize fatigue when studying exertion in human transport operators. The current article reviews existing definitions, and consequently proposes a
Author(s)
Ross Owen Phillips
Published in
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour Volume 29, February 2015, Pages 48-56
Year of publication
2015
Research has shown that there are potentially disastrous outcomes of human fatigue at sea. The conditions in which the seafarers have to operate are becoming more and more demanding. The study in this article attempts to
Author(s)
Muhammad Juned Akhtar, Ingrid Bouwer Utne
Published in
Maritime Policy & Management, 42 (2) 186-206.
Year of publication
2014
The main purpose of this PhD thesis is to improve the current international knowledge pool regarding the circumstances in which human fatigue develops on board a vessel and its effect on the probability of maritime grounding
Author(s)
Muhammad Juned Akhtar
Year of publication
2015
Data about human and organizational factors from in-depth analysis of 93 grounding accident investigation reports are used to construct logistic regression models of human fatigue. A hierarchical model of the strongest fatigue-influencing factors in maritime transport
Author(s)
Muhammad Juned Akhtara
Published in
Journal of Maritime Research, [S.l.], v. 11, n. 3, p. 27-42, oct. 2014.
Year of publication
2014

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