How Accurate must an In-Car Information System be? Consequences of Accurate and Inaccurate Information in Cars

author: Ing-Marie Jonsson, Linkoping University
published: May 29, 2008,   recorded: April 2008,   views: 3708

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Talking Cars should know their Drivers: Investigating how Inaccurate Information in Speech based In-Vehicle Information Systems affects Different Drivers’ Attitude and Driving Performance.

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