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David Abbink
David Abbink
Full Professor in Haptic Human-Robot Interaction - Cognitive Robotics Dpt., Faculty 3mE, Delft
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Haptic shared control: smoothly shifting control authority?
DA Abbink, M Mulder, ER Boer
Cognition, Technology & Work 14, 19-28, 2012
5822012
Sharing control with haptics: Seamless driver support from manual to automatic control
M Mulder, DA Abbink, ER Boer
Human factors 54 (5), 786-798, 2012
2472012
A topology of shared control systems—finding common ground in diversity
DA Abbink, T Carlson, M Mulder, JCF De Winter, F Aminravan, TL Gibo, ...
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 48 (5), 509-525, 2018
2242018
The effect of haptic guidance on curve negotiation behavior of young, experienced drivers
M Mulder, DA Abbink, ER Boer
2008 IEEE international conference on systems, man and cybernetics, 804-809, 2008
1802008
Neuromuscular analysis as a guideline in designing shared control
DA Abbink, M Mulder
INTECH Open Access Publisher, 2010
1642010
The effect of haptic support systems on driver performance: A literature survey
SM Petermeijer, DA Abbink, M Mulder, JCF De Winter
IEEE transactions on haptics 8 (4), 467-479, 2015
1352015
The impact of haptic feedback quality on the performance of teleoperated assembly tasks
JGW Wildenbeest, DA Abbink, CJM Heemskerk, FCT Van Der Helm, ...
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 6 (2), 242-252, 2012
1322012
A task-specific analysis of the benefit of haptic shared control during telemanipulation
H Boessenkool, DA Abbink, CJM Heemskerk, FCT van der Helm, ...
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 6 (1), 2-12, 2012
1302012
Design of a haptic gas pedal for active car-following support
M Mulder, DA Abbink, MM Van Paassen, M Mulder
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 12 (1), 268-279, 2010
1232010
Neuromuscular analysis of haptic gas pedal feedback during car following
DA Abbink
Delft University of Technology, 2006
1142006
Exploring the dimensions of haptic feedback support in manual control
DA Abbink, M Mulder
1122009
Shared control is the sharp end of cooperation: Towards a common framework of joint action, shared control and human machine cooperation
F Flemisch, D Abbink, M Itoh, MP Pacaux-Lemoine, G Weßel
IFAC-PapersOnLine 49 (19), 72-77, 2016
1102016
Human-like driving behaviour emerges from a risk-based driver model
S Kolekar, J De Winter, D Abbink
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-13, 2020
1092020
A rigorous model of reflex function indicates that position and force feedback are flexibly tuned to position and force tasks
W Mugge, DA Abbink, AC Schouten, JPA Dewald, FCT Van Der Helm
Experimental brain research 200, 325-340, 2010
1092010
Measuring neuromuscular control dynamics during car following with continuous haptic feedback
DA Abbink, M Mulder, FCT Van der Helm, M Mulder, ER Boer
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B (Cybernetics) 41 …, 2011
1022011
Joining the blunt and the pointy end of the spear: towards a common framework of joint action, human–machine cooperation, cooperative guidance and control, shared, traded and …
F Flemisch, DA Abbink, M Itoh, MP Pacaux-Lemoine, G Wessel
Cognition, Technology & Work 21, 555-568, 2019
992019
Should drivers be operating within an automation-free bandwidth? Evaluating haptic steering support systems with different levels of authority
SM Petermeijer, DA Abbink, JCF De Winter
Human factors 57 (1), 5-20, 2015
982015
Manual control cybernetics: State-of-the-art and current trends
M Mulder, DM Pool, DA Abbink, ER Boer, PMT Zaal, FM Drop, ...
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 48 (5), 468-485, 2017
972017
Haptic gas pedal feedback
M Mulder, M Mulder, MM Van Paassen, DA Abbink
Ergonomics 51 (11), 1710-1720, 2008
952008
Balancing safety and support: Changing lanes with a haptic lane-keeping support system
KK Tsoi, M Mulder, DA Abbink
2010 IEEE international conference on systems, man and cybernetics, 1236-1243, 2010
862010
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