Klemens Weigl

Klemens Weigl
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (KU) | KU

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Although automated vehicles (AVs) come with many promises such as enabling the driver-passenger to perform non-driving-related-tasks or increased safety, the public’s acceptance of AVs will have a crucial impact on whether or not AVs will be ultimately adopted. In particular, the personality trait desire for control may influence the acceptance of...
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Automated vehicles (AVs) are expected to enter the market within the next few years. However, their introduction would not only be a technological, but also a societal one – and it is therefore crucial to examine the public’s attitudes, opinions, and beliefs about AVs. It is particularly interesting to study when AVs are estimated to be accepted an...
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An increasing number of elderly patients requires dental care. The data concerning the medical risk profile of seniors consulting dentists are scarce. In this context, the comorbidity-polypharmacy-score (CPS) could be an effective clinical tool to quickly assess the medical status of elderly patients. The medical data from 648 patients (60 years an...
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Road traffic accidents (RTAs) are an ever-existing threat to all road users. Automated vehicles (AVs; SAE Level 3-5) are developed in many countries. They are promoted with numerous benefits such as increased safety yielding less RTAs, less congestion, less greenhouse gas emissions, and the possibility of enabling non-driving related tasks (NDRTs)....
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Automated driving comes with many promises like zero traffic casualties that are, however, only realizable given their technological development and public acceptance for wide-spread deployment. To investigate the potential acceptance, we developed a new data-driven ques-tionnaire focusing on drivers and barriers of the anticipated possible (non-)a...
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(1) Background: Primary driving tasks are increasingly being handled by vehicle automation so that support for non-driving related tasks (NDRTs) is becoming more and more important. In SAE L3 automation, vehicles can require the driver-passenger to take over driving controls, though. Interfaces for NDRTs must therefore guarantee safe operation and...
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Figure 1: Simulated augmented reality windshield display showing text content on a static position (left) and dynamically on the rear end of the vehicle in front (right). ABSTRACT Windshield displays (WSDs) are a promising new technology to augment the entire windscreen with additional information about vehicle state, highlight critical objects in...
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Paper-based visual analogue scale (VAS) items were developed 100 years ago. Although they gained great popularity in clinical and medical research for assessing pain, they have been scarcely applied in other areas of psychological research for several decades. However, since the beginning of digitization, VAS have attracted growing interest among r...
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Psychological research is confronted with ever-increasing demands to save resources such as time and money while assuring high ethical standards. In medical and pharmaceutical research, group sequential designs have fundamentally changed traditional statistical testing approaches featuring only one analysis at the end of a single-stage study. They...
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Driver drowsiness is a major cause of traffic accidents. Automated driving might counteract this problem, but in the lower automation levels, the driver is still responsible as a fallback. The impact of driver drowsiness on automated driving under realistic conditions is, however, currently unknown. This work contributes to risk and hazard assessme...
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With increasing automation, vehicles could soon become "mobile offices" but traditional user interfaces (UIs) for office work are not optimized for this domain. We hypothesize that productive work will only be feasible in SAE level 3 automated vehicles if UIs are adapted to (A) the operational design domain, and (B) driver-workers' capabilities. Co...
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In the evolution of technical systems, freedom from error and early adoption plays a major role for market success and to maintain competitiveness. In the case of automated driving, we see that faulty systems are put into operation and users trust these systems, often without any restrictions. Trust and use are often associated with users' experien...
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Drowsiness is a main cause of serious traffic accidents, and problematic within the ongoing automation of the driving task. Several approaches for drowsiness detection have been published and are in operation in production cars for manual driving. To assess differences in the development of drowsiness between manual and automated driving, and to fu...
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A major promise of automated vehicles is to render it possible for drivers to engage in nondriving related tasks, a setting where the execution pattern will switch from concurrent to sequential multitasking. To allow drivers to safely and efficiently switch between multiple activities (including vehicle control in case of Take-Over situations), we...
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In this paper the potentials of identifying unusual user behaviors and changes of behavior from smart home energy meters are investigated. We compare the performance of the classical change detection Page-Hinkley test (PHT) with a new application of a self-adaptive stream clustering algorithm to detect novelties related to the time of use of applia...

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