Azimuthal Localization and Detection of Vehicular Backup Alarms Under Electronic and Non-Electronic Hearing Protection Devices in Noisy and Quiet Environments
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Simulator test and evaluation of a drowsy driver detection system and revisions to drowsiness detection algorithms Lewin, Mark Gustav (Virginia Tech, 1996-09-05)
This study was undertaken to simulator test and evaluate a complete drowsy driver detection system. The goal of the study was to recommend optimal specifications for a system to be further studied in an actual vehicle. ...
Williams, James Dickson (Virginia Tech, 2004-12-01)The content of this dissertation is divided into two main topics: 1) nonlinear profile monitoring and 2) an improved approximate distribution for the T^2 statistic based on the successive differences covariance matrix ...
Fitch, Gregory M. (Virginia Tech, 2004-06-29)This study investigated automobile drivers' ability to localize auditory and haptic (touch) alarms in terms of speed and accuracy. Thirty-two subjects, balanced across age (20-30 years old and 60-70 years old) and gender, ...