Assessment model for driver perceived visual complexity
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- Assessment model for driver perceived visual complexity
- Sol Hee Yoon; Lim, Ji Hyoun; Yong Gu Ji
- COGNITIVE LOAD; PERFORMANCE; USABILITY; ATTENTION; DISPLAYS; CLUTTER; MEMORY; Perceived visual complexity; Quantifiable measurement variables; Assessment model
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- ELSEVIER SCI LTD
- APPLIED ERGONOMICS, v.46, no.A, pp.76 - 83
- This research proposes an assessment model for quantifying the perceived visual complexity (PVC) of an in-vehicle instrument cluster. An initial study was conducted to investigate the possibility of evaluating the PVC of an in-vehicle instrument cluster by estimating and analyzing the complexity of its individual components. However, this approach was only partially successful, because it did not take into account the combination of the different components with random levels of complexity to form one visual display. Therefore, a second study was conducted focusing on the effect of combining the different components. The results from the overall research enabled us to suggest a basis for quantifying the PVC of an in-vehicle instrument cluster based both on the PVCs of its components and on the integration effect.
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