Title: In-Vehicle Information Systems (IVISs) to meet the needs of drivers
Organisation: University of Southampton (Transport Research Group)
Date uploaded: 27th June 2012
Date published/launched: May 2011
This article presents a review of these three variables in the context of IVISs, which aims to enhance understanding of this specific task-user-system interaction.
This article presents a review of these three variables in the context of IVISs, which aims to enhance understanding of this specific task-user-system interaction. A framework for modeling system performance for the task-user-system interaction is also proposed. This will allow designers and evaluators of IVISs to make predictions about system performance and to design systems that meet a set of criteria for usable IVISs.
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