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Driving Simulator를 이용한 VMS 메세지 판독시간모형 개발

Title
Driving Simulator를 이용한 VMS 메세지 판독시간모형 개발
Other Titles
A Model for VMS Message Reading Time Using driving Simulator
Author
오철
Keywords
Variable Message Sign(VMS); message reading time; driving simulator
Issue Date
2007-12
Publisher
한국ITS학회
Citation
한국ITS학회 논문지, v. 6, No. 3, Page. 24-32
Abstract
VMS는 도로, 기상 및 교통 상황, 교통규제 상황에 관한 필요한 정보를 실시간으로 제공함으로써 교통흐름을 원활하게 하고 안전한 통행을 하도록 하는 시설이다. 그러나 기 구축된 VMS는 판독거리, 소실거리, 인지가능 메시지 수, 정보당 판독시간 등 인간공학적 특성에 대한 적정한 연구 없이 설치운영되고 있다. 본 연구에서는 Driving Simulator를 이용하여 다양한 정보량의 VMS 메시지를 표출하고 운전자의 정보량에 따른 판독시간을 측정하였다. 그리고 수집된 자료를 이용하여 VMS 메시지 판독시간 모형을 개발하고 보다 효과적인 메시지 설계를 위한 활용방안을 제시하였다는 점에서 그 의의가 있다. Variable message sign (VMS), which is used for providing real-time information on traffic conditions and accident occurrences, is one of the important components of intelligent transportation systems. It is essential that the scheme of VMS message phase and duration should be designed with the consideration of drivers' message reading time that will be depended on various causal factors, such as the amount of VMS messages, drivers' travel speed, and geometric conditions. However, there have been not much efforts to explore the relationships between the drivers' message reading time and the above causal factors. Driving simulator experiments were conducted to obtain drivers' message reading time with respect to the amount of VMS messages, drivers' travel speed, and different geometric conditions. Regression modeling techniques were applied to develop an estimation model for drivers' message reading time. Probabilistic outcomes of the proposed model would be greatly utilized to design proper VMS message phase and duration.
URI
https://www.earticle.net/Article/A65847https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/107566
ISSN
1738-0774; 2384-1729
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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES[E](공학대학) > TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS ENGINEERING(교통·물류공학과) > Articles
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