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A Study on Mariners' Standard Behavior for Collision Avoidance (3) - Modeling of the execution process of an avoiding action based on human factors -
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Mariners' Standard Behavior for Collision Avoidance (3) - Modeling of the execution process of an avoiding action based on human factors -
Park, Jung-Sun; Kobayashi, Hiroaki; Yea, Byeong-Deok;
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 Abstract
We have proposed modeling methods of mariners' standard behavior for collision avoidance by analyzing mariners' recognition process in a previous study. As a subsequent study, the aim of this study is to build a model of mariners' execution process which is one of six processes in the condition of collision avoidance. In this study, thus, the structure of mariners' information processing on the process of taking avoiding actions is described and the relation between mariners' behavior and necessary factors in the process is analyzed. And then we have built a model of mariners' standard behavior for execution process based on the characteristics of mariners in ship-handling, which are obtained from the international collaborative research on human factors. It is tried to define the contents of execution process based on the standard behavior of mariners for collision avoidance and to formulate information processing of mariners.
 Keywords
Mariner's standard behavior;Execution process;Collision avoidance;Avoiding action;Modeling;Human factors;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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Mariner's Performances and the Behavior Fluctuation Affecting Navigational Safety, Journal of Navigation and Port Research, 2012, 36, 4, 279  crossref(new windwow)
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