CONFERENCE (INTERNATIONAL) Peephole Steering: Speed Limitation Models for\Steering Performance in Restricted View Sizes
Shota Yamanaka, Hiroki Usuba (Meiji University), Haruki Takahashi (Meiji University), Homei Miyashita (Meiji University)
Graphics Interface 2020 (GI2020)
May 21, 2020
The steering law is a model for predicting the time and speed for passing through a constrained path.When people can view only a limited range of a path forward, they have to limit their speed in preparation of possibly needing (e.g.) to turn at a corner.However, only a few studies have focused on how limited views affect steering performance, and no quantitative models have been established.The results of a mouse steering study showed that speed was linearly limited by the path width and limited by the square root of viewable forward distance as well.While a baseline model showed an adjusted R^2 = 0.144 for predicting the speed, our best-fit model showed an adjusted R^2 = 0.975 with only one additional coefficient, which demonstrated a comparatively higher prediction accuracy among given viewable forward distances.
Paper : Peephole Steering: Speed Limitation Models for\Steering Performance in Restricted View Sizes (external link)