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Author Tzu-wen Hsu
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Department Industrial Design
Year 2012 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 134
Title A Study and Design on the Difference in the Cognition for Diagrammatic Guide Sign between With and Without Driving Experience
Keyword
  • Driving experience
  • Visual cognition
  • Highway
  • Diagrammatic guide sign
  • Diagrammatic guide sign
  • Highway
  • Visual cognition
  • Driving experience
  • Abstract The goal for diagrammatic guide signs on the highway is to make the drivers more understand the direction when they meet system interchange on the indirect highway. However, depending on the observations by the traffic and transportation service center of Taiwan, drivers have often misunderstand the diagrammatic guide sign on the the highway and then gotten the wrong way.
       First, the research survived the demands of the drivers for the diagrammatic guide sign on the highway. Second, the research collected the related researches, like psychologies for diagram cognition and estimate methods for design standard of traffic sign. Third, the research designed the 20 stimulus for experiment which were base on the other countries’ design standards which include Taiwan, Japan, Korea, USA, UK and Germany and the estimate ways for cognition of the diagrammatic guide sign. Forth, the research sorted the cognition data of the participants who have different driving experiences and summarized the design standards for diagrammatic guide signs on the interchange exit one and two on the highway. “Road semi-simplification” and “Text information placed below the arrow” can make drivers more understand the information from the diagrammatic guide sign in these two interchange types. Hope the design standards could improve the existing diagrammatic guide sign in highway.
    Advisor Committee
  • Chih-Fu Wu - advisor
  • Kai Kuo Chang - co-chair
  • Pei-Jung Cheng - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access at 3 years and off-campus access at 3 years
    Date of Defense 2013-07-11 Date of Submission 2013-09-04


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