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 (1), 19-28, 2012
3762012
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
1512012
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
1362008
Neuromuscular analysis as a guideline in designing shared control
DA Abbink, M Mulder
Advances in Haptics, Mehrdad Hosseini Zadeh (Ed.), ISBN: 9789533070933, 2010
1142010
Neuromuscular analysis of haptic gas pedal feedback during car following
DA Abbink
Delft University of Technology, 2006
1012006
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 (3-4), 325-340, 2010
952010
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
892010
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
882012
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
862012
Exploring the dimensions of haptic feedback support in manual control
DA Abbink, M Mulder
Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering 9 (1), 2009
852009
Haptic gas pedal feedback
M Mulder, M Mulder, MM Van Paassen, DA Abbink
Ergonomics 51 (11), 1710-1720, 2008
852008
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
752011
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
652015
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
602015
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
582010
Motivation for continuous haptic gas pedal feedback to support car following
DA Abbink, ER Boer, M Mulder
2008 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 283-290, 2008
582008
Reduced power method: how to evoke low-bandwidth behaviour while estimating full-bandwidth dynamics
W Mugge, DA Abbink, FCT van der Helm
2007 IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 575-581, 2007
572007
Steering force feedback for human–machine-interface automotive experiments
DI Katzourakis, DA Abbink, R Happee, E Holweg
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement 60 (1), 32-43, 2010
492010
Active deceleration support in car following
M Mulder, JJA Pauwelussen, MM Van Paassen, M Mulder, DA Abbink
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and …, 2010
462010
Reducing steering wheel stiffness is beneficial in supporting evasive maneuvers
M Della Penna, MM van Paassen, DA Abbink, M Mulder, M Mulder
2010 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 1628-1635, 2010
422010
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