CLW 2011

Call for papers

In-vehicle human-machine interaction (HMI) requires varying degrees of visual and cognitive resources. Concerns over excessive visual demands in the vehicle have existed for some time. More recently concerns over the impact of HMI on drivers’ cognitive resources have gained attention. A user’s cognitive load (also called cognitive or mental workload) is commonly defined as the …

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Dates

Submission deadline: October 24, 2011 Notification of acceptance: October 31, 2011   Camera-ready paper due: November 7, 2011 Registration deadline: Late registration by November 20, 2011; on-site registration afterwards Workshop: November 30, 2011

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Submit

Submission is closed. Format We invite the submission of 2, 4 or 8 page papers. Papers should be formatted according to the ACM SIG Proceedings templates. Submissions do not need to be anonymous. Online submission Submit your paper(s) using EasyChair.

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Program

  9:00 Welcome by organizers (Andrew Kun, Bryan Reimer, Peter Froehlich, Dagmar Kern) 9:15 Exploring cognitive load under different settings and using different measures (Session chair: Bryan Reimer)   9:15 – 9:20 Introduction by Bryan Reimer   9:20 – 9:35 Kerstan Cole, J. Dan Morrow and James Davis The effects of visual-manual tasks on driving …

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Organizers

Organizing committee: Andrew L. Kun,  University of New Hampshire, USA Peter A. Heeman,  Center for Spoken Language Understanding,  Oregon Health and Science University, USA Tim Paek,  Microsoft Research, USA W. Thomas Miller, III,  University of New Hampshire, USA Paul A. Green,  Transportation Research Institute,  University of Michigan, USA Ivan Tashev,  Microsoft Research, USA Peter Froehlich,  …

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