Print Email Facebook Twitter Vehicle control during curve driving Title Vehicle control during curve driving Author Instituut voor Zintuigfysiologie TNO Godthelp, J. Publication year 1986 Abstract Based on a preview-predictor model, the time-to-line crossing (TLC) description was developed to quantify the potential role of error-neglecting strategies in driving. In a previous study the usefulness of the TLC concept was illustrated for straight lane keeping. In the present analysis TLC was applied to describe steering through a curve. When entering a curve, drivers made an anticipatory steering action based on the perceived road curvature and the internal estimate of the vehicle characteristics. This process was analyzed in a field study in which subjects entered curves of different curvatures, with different speeds and with/without temporary withdrawal of visual feedback. The TLC analysis appears particularly suited to describe the quality of the anticipatory steering action and may serve as a general description of curve driving. Subject car drivingcentral nervous systemcontrolled studyeducationergonomicshuman experimenthuman factors researchnormal humanpreliminary communicationpreventiontraffic accidenttraffic safetyAdultAutomobile DrivingHumanMaleTime FactorsVisiontraffic To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:a32bb68d-7579-4f74-a61b-59a6bfee8a61 TNO identifier 6234 Source Human Factors, 28 (28), 211-221 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.