7Fast Externally-paced Navigation

With the focus of action selection processes involved in fast externally-paced navigation, this chapter illustrates a case study that adopted the CCE methodology to derive information necessary for safe and enjoyable driving for drivers while driving. Note that this is a time-critical situation where System 2 before mode and System 1 before mode should be appropriately coordinated along the information provided externally, e.g. through a car navigation system of a human navigator. The study was designed in such a way that participants as drivers should perform event-based navigation, and have aided to conduct otherwise impossible driving in System 2 before mode, i.e. anticipation-based navigation, by “timely” provided “appropriate” information.

7.1. Introduction1

The primary purpose of driving is to transfer persons or things from one place to another. The primary mission of the driver is to control the vehicle safely. This may include the achievement of objectives such as energy efficiency, punctuality and so forth, as optional missions. Traditional car navigation systems are expected to provide information that helps drivers to accomplish their mission of maneuvering satisfactorily. However, with the advent of telematics, modern car navigation systems have begun providing location-based information, such as recommendations of local restaurants along the route. The infrastructure enabling the provision of location-based and context-sensitive ...

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