Interactions with in-vehicle electronic devices can interfere with the primary task of driving and increase crash risk. Interactions with in-vehicle interfaces draw upon visual, manipulative and cognitive resources, with this workshop focusing on cognitive resources for which measurement processes are less well known or established. This workshop will focus on two methods of measuring cognitive load, the Decision Response Time Task and collecting eye fixation data. The workshop will describe and demonstrate how they are collected, and discuss how the resulting data are reduced and analyzed. The focus will be on practical aspects of collecting and analyzing data using these methods, not on reporting research results.
- Cognitive load
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Automotive Engineering
- Artificial Intelligence
CLW 2014 : The fourth workshop on cognitive load and in-vehicle human-machine interaction. / Kun, Andrew L.; Miller, W. Thomas; Froehlich, Peter; Tashev, Ivan; Green, Paul A.; Iqbal, Shamsi; Reimer, Bryan; Gable, Thomas M.; Heeman, Peter.AutomotiveUI 2014 - 6th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, in Cooperation with ACM SIGCHI - Adjunct Proceedings. Association for Computing Machinery, Inc, 2014. p. 52-55.
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