publication . Doctoral thesis . 2007

Having a New Pair of Glassess : Applying Systemic Accident Models on Road Safety

Huang, Yu-Hsing;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Publisher: Linköpings universitet, CSELAB - Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
The main purpose of the thesis is to discuss the accident models which underlie accident prevention in general and road safety in particular, and the consequences of relying on a particular model have for actual preventive work. The discussion centres on two main topics. The first topic is whether the underlying accident model, or paradigm, of traditional road safety should be exchanged for a more complex accident model, and if so, which model(s) are appropriate. From a discussion of current developments in modern road traffic, it is concluded that the traditional accident model of road safety needs replacing. An analysis of three general accident model types sh...
Subjects
free text keywords: accident model, road safety, accident prevention, accident analysis, Human Computer Interaction, Människa-datorinteraktion (interaktionsdesign)
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