Intersection Stopping Behavior as Influenced by Driver State: Implications for Intersection Decision Support Systems
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Evaluating the Potential of an Intersection Driver Assistance System to Prevent U.S. Intersection Crashes Scanlon, John Michael (Virginia Tech, 2017-05-02)Intersection crashes are among the most frequent and lethal crash modes in the United States. Intersection Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (I-ADAS) are an emerging active safety technology which aims to help drivers ...
Agency in the Barrio: Exploring the Intersection of Participation, Politics and Urban Development in Guatemala City Brink-Halloran, Brendan Jon (Virginia Tech, 2013-11-19)Completed as a series of article-length manuscripts, this dissertation reflects four interrelated aspects of my research on the topics of citizen participation, political practices of vote buying and approaches to community ...
Jones, Robert W. (Virginia Tech, 1991-01-29)
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