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《China Journal of Highway and Transport》 2004-04
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Psycho-physiological evaluation of driver safety reliability

ZHANG Dian-ye~1, JIN Jian~1, YANG Jing-shuai~1, MCDONALD Mike~2(1. School of Traffic and Transportation, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu 610031, China;2. Shool of Civil Engineering and Environment, University of Southampton, Southampton, England)  
Many factors affect driver mental and physical safety reliability.Authors define and classify 10 filtered indices. Based on the reliability model theory of perception-judgement-action,authors build a psycho-physiological evaluation system of driver safety reliability. The result of researching the safety reliability distribution of 780 000 drivers' psycho-physiological conditions and comparison of accident non-accident driver groups in six cities indicates that the Ⅰ level safety reliability is 25%, the Ⅱ level safety reliability is 64%, the Ⅲ level safety reliability is 6%, the Ⅳ level safety reliability is 2.5%, the Ⅴ level safety reliability is 1.5%, and most accidents are distributed around the Ⅲ, Ⅳ and Ⅴ level.It indicates that the psycho-physiological evaluation is both scientific and rational.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(59978043)
【CateGory Index】: U471.15
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