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An Investigation into the Measured Values of Driver`s Subjective and Objective Sensibility Response Stimulated by Different Car Noises
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An Investigation into the Measured Values of Driver`s Subjective and Objective Sensibility Response Stimulated by Different Car Noises
Kim, Tae Hyun; Cho, Jae Hoon; Cho, Won Hak; Lee, Moon Sub; Choi, Hyeon Ki;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to understand human sensory and emotional response according to car noise. This study investigated human stress levels from car noise based on the data of electro-encephalogram (EEG) and subjective evaluation analysis data. Since there are few previous works on the effect of car noise on human`s reaction, more profound research about the effect of car noise on driver`s emotion would be worth performing. Subjects were exposed to five different kinds of car noises. EEG data were collected while the subject was exposed to noise. In order to process EEG data, FFT analysis was used to separate the collected EEG data into -wave and -wave. Also, survey was performed to carry out subjective evaluation. The results of the subjective evaluation were closely correlated to those found in the EEG signal analysis. The results from this study may provide useful information for mitigating car noise induced stress.
 Keywords
Car noise;Eletroencephalogram;Human sensibility;Semantic differential method;
 Language
Korean
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대한산업공학회지, 2016. vol.42. 5, pp.360-369 crossref(new window)
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