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Title: On the estimation of car driver profiles
Authors: Balomenos, Themis 
Pertselakis, Minas 
McMahon, Edelle
Tsapatsoulis, Nicolas 
Keywords: Driver profile
Predictive variables
Empirical estimation
Adaptive neural fuzzy systems
Issue Date: 2004
Source: 1st International Conference “From Scientific Computing to Computational Engineering” , 2004, Athens, Greece, 8-10 September
Abstract: This paper describes a methodology for estimating car driver profiles in no-stationary contexts through the use of an adaptive resource allocation neural fuzzy system. It provides information on which variables need to be measured for this purpose and how the dynamic component of a driver’s profile can be estimated with the use of the proposed neurofuzzy structure. The proposed methodology has been validated through a series of well-designed experiments conducted, in cooperation, by psychologists, engineers and computer scientists, and undertaken in the framework of the IST ORESTEIA project (2001-2003).
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