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NG-DBM (Next Generation Driving Behaviour Models)

NG-DBM (Next Generation Driving Behaviour Models) is a four year research project funded by the European Union involving only members of CMC. The goal of this project is to develop dynamic driving behaviour models that explicitly account for the effects of driver characteristics in his/her decisions alongside the effects of path-plan, network topography and traffic conditions. In a novel approach, the project proposes to calibrate the driving behaviour models combining experimental data collected from the University of Leeds Driving Simulator (UoLDS) and actual traffic data collected using video recordings

CMC members involved: Charisma Choudhury & Stephane Hess