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Driver reaction to navigation instructions incorporating good and poor landmarks

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posted on 11.08.2006 by Tracy Ross, Andrew May, J.M. Duffield, S. Paszkowicz
The study consisted of a road-based trial involving 48 participants using a navigation system to complete a complex urban route. The participants were divided into three matched groups experiencing one of the following landmark conditions: good, poor or no landmarks, incorporated in verbal instructions. A range of objective and subjective measures were taken to assess driver performance with and attitudes to each of the landmark categories. The aims were to: • assess the impact on driver performance and attitudes of presenting navigation instructions which included good, poor or no landmarks • validate the REGIONAL model, which was developed to predict the navigational value of individual landmarks • identify any other factors (e.g. driver or manoeuvre characteristics) that may affect the value of landmarks

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UK government (EPSRC), LINK Inland Surface Transport Programme

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ROSS et al, 2002. Driver reaction to navigation instructions incorporating good and poor landmarks. Loughborough : Loughborough University

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© ESRI, Loughborough University

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2002

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Project title: REGIONAL (Route guidance systems: optimal navigation via the use of landmarks) - deliverable no. 4

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