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Papers/Notes: Driving, Interrupted

Tuesday, April 13
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Where Should I Turn? Moving from Individual to Collaborative Navigation Strategies to Inform the Interaction Design of Future Navigation Systems
Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Will Barley, Northwestern University, USA
Thomas Seder, General Motors, USA

We consider navigation as collaboration rather than map reading activity. We show that collaboration during navigation is influenced by social and task role. We present design implications for future systems.

Studying Driver Attention and Behaviour for Three Configurations of GPS Navigation in Real Traffic Driving
Brit Susan Jensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Mikael B. Skov, Aalborg University, Denmark
Nissanthen Thiruravichandran, Aalborg University, Denmark

Investigates different output modalities (visual, audio, audio-visual) configurations for a GPS navigation system on their impact on driving behavior and driver attention.

Cars, Calls and Cognition: Investigating Driving and Divided Attention
Shamsi Iqbal, Microsoft Research, USA
Yun-Cheng Ju, Microsoft Research, USA
Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research, USA

Study of interactions between driving complexity, phone conversations and focus. Structural and cognitive properties of driving and conversations are analyzed to understand effects of conflict on performance on both.

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