FG Kognitive Modellierung in dynamischen Mensch-Maschine Systemen

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The Role of Frustration in Human–Robot Interaction – What Is Needed for a Successful Collaboration?

Weidemann, Alexandra ; Rußwinkel, Nele (2021-03-22)

To realize a successful and collaborative interaction between human and robots remains a big challenge. Emotional reactions of the user provide crucial information for a successful interaction. These reactions carry key factors to prevent errors and fatal bidirectional misunderstanding. In cases where human–machine interaction does not proceed as expected, negative emotions, like frustration, c...

Tracing Pilots’ Situation Assessment by Neuroadaptive Cognitive Modeling

Klaproth, Oliver W. ; Vernaleken, Christoph ; Krol, Laurens R. ; Halbruegge, Marc ; Zander, Thorsten O. ; Russwinkel, Nele (2020-08-11)

This study presents the integration of a passive brain-computer interface (pBCI) and cognitive modeling as a method to trace pilots’ perception and processing of auditory alerts and messages during operations. Missing alerts on the flight deck can result in out-of-the-loop problems that can lead to accidents. By tracing pilots’ perception and responses to alerts, cognitive assistance can be pro...

Take-over expectation and criticality in Level 3 automated driving: a test track study on take-over behavior in semi-trucks

Lotz, Alexander ; Russwinkel, Nele ; Wohlfarth, Enrico (2020-03-04)

With the introduction of advanced driving assistance systems managing longitudinal and lateral control, conditional automated driving is seemingly in near future of series vehicles. While take-over behavior in the passenger car context has been investigated intensively in recent years, publications on semi-trucks with professional drivers are sparse. The effects influencing expert drivers durin...

Individual assistance during automated driving through driver modelling

Lotz, Alexander (2020)

The automotive industry has been following the objective of increasing assistance for improved usability and safety over the past decades. Currently, the focus of automotive development concentrates on implementation of automation, promising the possibility of vehicles holding temporary responsibility of the driving task, while the driver is free to focus on other tasks. However, especially in ...

The Impact of Situational Complexity and Familiarity on Takeover Quality in Uncritical Highly Automated Driving Scenarios

Scharfe, Marlene Susanne Lisa ; Zeeb, Kathrin ; Russwinkel, Nele (2020-02-20)

In the development of highly automated driving systems (L3 and 4), much research has been done on the subject of driver takeover. Strong focus has been placed on the takeover quality. Previous research has shown that one of the main influencing factors is the complexity of a traffic situation that has not been sufficiently addressed so far, as different approaches towards complexity exist. This...

A Cognitive Modeling Approach to Strategy Formation in Dynamic Decision Making

Prezenski, Sabine ; Brechmann, André ; Wolff, Susann ; Russwinkel, Nele (2017-08-04)

Decision-making is a high-level cognitive process based on cognitive processes like perception, attention, and memory. Real-life situations require series of decisions to be made, with each decision depending on previous feedback from a potentially changing environment. To gain a better understanding of the underlying processes of dynamic decision-making, we applied the method of cognitive mode...

ACT-R model for: A Cognitive Modeling Approach to Strategy Formation in Dynamic Decision Making

Sabine, Prezenski (2018-01)

This ACT-R model complements the publications "A Cognitive Modeling Approach to Strategy Formation in Dynamic Decision Making" and "Implementing Mental Model Updating in ACT-R". The model uses an exemplar-based and a rule-based Approach and meta-cognitive aspects. The model solves and auditoy categorization task.

Comparing Models of Visual Search in Heterogeneous Search Fields

Lindner, Stefan ; Arlt, Lennart ; Russwinkel, Nele (2018-07-20)

Contains the "Cluster Model" and the "Extended Cluster Model" for the Paper "Comparing Models of Visual Search in Heterogeneous Search Fields". Paper Abstract: The paper investigates visual search in heterogeneous search fields with the aim o...

ACT-Droid

Dörr, Lisa-Madeleine ; Russwinkel, Nele ; Prezenski, Sabine (2016)

ACT-Droid is a tool for directly connecting ACT-R with Android applications on smartphones or tablets. The advantage of this tool is that no prototyping of the application is needed. This tool is especially useful to evaluate applications according to usability by using general modeling approaches.

ACT-R model: "Modeling of Visual Search and Influence of Item Similarity"

Lindner, Stefan ; Rußwinkel, Nele ; Ahrlt, Lennart ; Neufeld, Max ; Schattenhofer, Lukas (2017-05-31)

A modeling approach addressing visual search in an array of items of differing similarity is introduced. The model is able to capture the effects found in a study that varies target-distractor similarity (low vs. high), distractor-distractor similarity (low vs. high) of icons, target presence (present vs. absent) and the set size (8, 16 or 24 icons). To be able to simulate human visual search i...

Towards a General Model of Repeated App Usage

Prezenski, Sabine ; Russwinkel, Nele (2016)

The main challenge of implementing cognitive models for usability testing lies in reducing the modeling effort, while including all relevant cognitive mechanisms, such as learning and relearning, in the model. In this paper we introduce a general cognitive modeling approach with ACT-R for hierarchical, list-based smartphone apps. These apps support the task of selecting a target, via navigating...