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ECG 기반의 운전자별 인지 부하 평가 방법 개발

Title
ECG 기반의 운전자별 인지 부하 평가 방법 개발
Translated Title
Development of an Evaluation Method for a Driver’s Cognitive Workload Using ECG Signal
Authors
홍원기이원섭정기효이백희박장운박수완박윤숙손준우박세권유희천
DGIST Authors
손준우
Issue Date
2014-06
Citation
대한산업공학회지, 40(3), 325-332
Type
Article
Keywords
Cognitive WorkloadIndividual DifferenceArea Under the Receiver Operating Characteristic Curve (AUC)Electrocardiography (ECG)Update RateWindow Span
ISSN
1225-0988
Abstract
High cognitive workload decreases a driver’s ability of judgement and response in traffic situation and could result in a traffic accident. Electrocardiography (ECG) has been used for evaluation of drivers’ cognitive workload; however, individual differences in ECG response corresponding to cognitive workload have not been fully considered. The present study developed an evaluation method of individual driver’s cognitive workload based on ECG data, and evaluated its usefulness through an experiment in a driving simulator. The evaluation method developed by the present study determined the optimal ECG evaluation condition for individual participant by analysis of area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUC) for various conditions (total number of conditions = 144) in terms of four aspects (ECG measure, window span, update rate, and workload level). AUC analysis on the various conditions showed that the optimal ECG evaluation condition for each participant was significantly different. In addition, the optimal ECG evaluation condition could accurately detect changes in cognitive workload for 47% of the total participants (n = 15). The evaluation method proposed in the present study can be utilized in the evaluation of individual driver’s cognitive workload for an intelligent vehicle.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/4918
DOI
10.7232/JKIIE.2014.40.3.325
Publisher
대한산업공학회
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Collection:
Companion Diagnostics and Medical Technology Research Group1. Journal Articles


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