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New Requirements for Modelling How Humans Succeed and Fail in Complex Traffic Scenarios

Bibliographic reference Lu uml dtke, A.. New Requirements for Modelling How Humans Succeed and Fail in Complex Traffic Scenarios.Human Error, Safety and Systems Development. 7th IFIP WG 13.5 Working Conference, HESSD 2009 (Brussels, Belgium, 23-25 September 2009). In: Palanque, P.; Vanderdonckt, J.; Winckler, M.;, Human Error, Safety and Systems Development. 7th IFIP WG 13.5 Working Conference, HESSD 2009, Springer-verlag2010, p. 1-17
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