NUEVO MÉTODO BASADO EN EL HRV PARA LA EVALUACIÓN DE HMIs Y SISTEMAS ITS PARA TRANSPORTE POR CARRETERA INTEGRANDO FACTORES PERSONALES, TEMPORALES Y AMBIENTALES
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Director/sGutierrez, Jose Luis
Heart Rate Variability
Intelligent Transport Systems
Human Machine Interface
This doctoral thesis makes an in-depth analysis of HRV (Heart Rate Variability) as calculated from an ECG (Electro Cardio Gram) and how it varies related to the attention span shown by individuals when driving land vehicles. The aim is to use this knowledge in applications where this attention span needs to be estimated, and to focus primarily on measuring the influence that the new HMIs (Human Machine Interfaces) being tried out in the latest generation of vehicles may have on road safety. More specifically, the thesis concentrates on the identification of those parameters which best relate to variability due to personal characteristics such as age, temporary features such as circadian cycles, or the surrounding environment as in road category, in order to integrate all of these features into a complete system. It is this integrating feature which is most lacking in the literature, indeed it is almost non-existent, so that the present work seeks to achieve the most universal classif ...