Information Presentation Support of Car Robotics Simulator System Based on Humatronics
Cheng Chang, Gen Ohbayashi, Toru Yamaguchi,
and Eri Sato-Shimokawara
Graduate School of System Design, Tokyo Metropolitan University, 6-6 Asahigaoka, Hino, Tokyo 191-0065, Japan
Most traffic accidents are caused by drivers’ carelessness and lack of information about the surrounding objects. In this paper, authors develop information presentation support system of a car robotics system based on humatronics. The main purpose of humatronics is to establish the symmetric interaction between human and electronics system by giving the system the capability of understanding human. Car robotics system based on humatronics is used in this research. Car robotics system is developed on human centered city. In this city, systems judge the situation and autonomously support human. A car recognizes driver’s intention by car robotics system, and acquires environmental information by connecting to the network of the human centered city’s system. The environmental information is divided into two parts: foreground information and background information. Authors develop information presentation support system which presents foreground information and gackground information. Driver is supported by the system which can be used to predict the driving reaction beforehand and send a warning signal to the driver in time.
and Eri Sato-Shimokawara, “Information Presentation Support of Car Robotics Simulator System Based on Humatronics,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.15, No.3, pp. 389-395, 2011.
-  T. Yamaguchi, H. Nitta, K. Hirayama, H. Hashimoto, and T. Takagi, “Human Centered ITS,” Proc. of The Fifth Int. Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics (AROB 5th’ 00), Oita, Japan, Vol.1, pp. 80-83, January 2000.
-  C. Chang, G. Ohbayashi, and T. Yamaguchi, “Information Presentation Support of a Car Robotics System based on Humatronics in Intelligent Transportation Systems,” Proc. of The 4th Int. Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Industrial Application (ISCIIA 2010), pp. 26-32, 2010.
-  F. Harashima, K. Tanie, and T. Yamaguchi, “Guest Editorial,” Proc. Of IEEE Trans. On Industrial Electronics, Vol.54, No.2, pp. 1234-1236, April, 2007.
-  C. Chang, G. Ohbayashi, and T. Yamaguchi, “Information Presentation Support of a Car Robotics System Based on Humatronics,” Proc. of Int. Seminar on System Design (ISSD 2009), pp. 173-175, 2009.
-  H. Ando, T. Yamaguchi, and G. Obayashi, “Intention Recognition of Driver and Car Robotics Simulator,” Proc. of the 2009 Spring Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan (JSAE) Annual Congress (Spring) in Japan, May 20-22, 2009.
-  T. Okawa, M. Miyaji, E. Sato, J. Nakazato, and T. Yamaguchi, “Information Support System using Intention Recognition Considering Situation in Human-Centered City,” The Int. Conf. on Advanced Robotics, pp. 455-460, 2007.
-  J. S. Agustin, H. Skovsgaard, E. Mollenbach, M. Barret, M. Tall, D. W. Hansen, and J. P. Hansen, “Evaluation of a Low-Cost Open-Source Gaze Tracker,” Proc. of the 2010 Symposium on Eye-Tracking Research & Applications in Austin, Texas, May 22-24, 2010.
-  T. Takagi, H. Ushida, A. Imura, and T. Yamaguchi, “Inductive Learning of Conceptual Fuzzy Sets,” Proc. of 2nd Int. Conf. on Fuzzy Logic& Neural Networks, pp. 375-380, 1992.
-  C. Dayong and T. Yamaguchi, “Motion Recognition by Architecture of Recomposed Information,” Proc. of 17th Fuzzy system Symposium, pp. 249-252, 2001.
-  T. Yamaguchi and C. Dayong, “Driver Intention Recognition Using Case Base Learning For Human Centered System,” Proc. of The Eighth Int. Symposium on ARTIFCIAL LIF AND ROBOTICS (AROB) 8th ’03 Vol.2, pp. 419-422, January 24-26, 2003.
This article is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internationa License.