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Gregoire Sebastien Larue
Gregoire Sebastien Larue
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology
Verified email at qut.edu.au
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Driving performance impairments due to hypovigilance on monotonous roads
GS Larue, A Rakotonirainy, AN Pettitt
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (6), 2037-2046, 2011
1962011
Assessing driver acceptance of Intelligent Transport Systems in the context of railway level crossings
GS Larue, A Rakotonirainy, NL Haworth, M Darvell
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 30, 1-13, 2015
842015
Pedestrians distracted by their smartphone: Are in-ground flashing lights catching their attention? A laboratory study
GS Larue, CN Watling, AA Black, JM Wood, M Khakzar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 134, 105346, 2020
602020
Fuel consumption and gas emissions of an automatic transmission vehicle following simple eco‐driving instructions on urban roads
GS Larue, H Malik, A Rakotonirainy, S Demmel
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 8 (7), 590-597, 2014
532014
The road user, the pedestrian, and me: Investigating the interactions, errors and escalating risks of users of fully protected level crossings
GS Larue, A Naweed, D Rodwell
Safety science 110, 80-88, 2018
502018
Physiological signal-based drowsiness detection using machine learning: Singular and hybrid signal approaches
MM Hasan, CN Watling, GS Larue
Journal of safety research 80, 215-225, 2022
492022
Driver’s behavioural changes with new intelligent transport system interventions at railway level crossings—A driving simulator study
GS Larue, I Kim, A Rakotonirainy, NL Haworth, L Ferreira
Accident Analysis & Prevention 81, 74-85, 2015
492015
Real-time performance modelling of a sustained attention to response task
GS Larue, A Rakotonirainy, AN Pettitt
Ergonomics 53 (10), 1205-1216, 2010
342010
Acceptance of visual and audio interventions for distracted pedestrians
GS Larue, CN Watling
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 76, 369-383, 2021
332021
Ecological and safe driving: A model predictive control approach considering spatial and temporal constraints
SG Dehkordi, GS Larue, ME Cholette, A Rakotonirainy, HA Rakha
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 67, 208-222, 2019
332019
Validation of a driving simulator study on driver behavior at passive rail level crossings
GS Larue, C Wullems, M Sheldrake, A Rakotonirainy
Human factors 60 (6), 743-754, 2018
292018
Sensitivity and specificity of the driver sleepiness detection methods using physiological signals: A systematic review
CN Watling, MM Hasan, GS Larue
Accident Analysis & Prevention 150, 105900, 2021
282021
A mixed-methods study of driver education informed by the Goals for Driver Education: Do young drivers and educators agree on what was taught?
D Rodwell, A Hawkins, N Haworth, GS Larue, L Bates, A Filtness
Safety science 108, 140-148, 2018
272018
Frustration at congested railway level crossings: How long before extended closures result in risky behaviours?
GS Larue, RA Blackman, J Freeman
Applied ergonomics 82, 102943, 2020
262020
Is it safe to cross? Identification of trains and their approach speed at level crossings
GS Larue, AJ Filtness, JM Wood, S Demmel, CN Watling, A Naweed, ...
Safety science 103, 33-42, 2018
242018
Improving the safety of distracted pedestrians with in-ground flashing lights. A railway crossing field study
GS Larue, CN Watling, A Black, JM Wood
Journal of safety research 77, 170-181, 2021
232021
Safety implications of co-locating road signs: A driving simulator investigation
AJ Filtness, G Larue, A Schramm, J Fuller, A Rakotonirainy, C Han, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 47, 187-198, 2017
232017
Predicting driver's hypovigilance on monotonous roads: literature review.
GS Larue, A Rakotonirainy, AN Pettitt
1st International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, 2010
222010
Global risk assessment in an autonomous driving context: Impact on both the car and the driver
S Demmel, D Gruyer, JM Burkhardt, S Glaser, G Larue, O Orfila, ...
IFAC-PapersOnLine 51 (34), 390-395, 2019
212019
Predicting reduced driver alertness on monotonous highways: A driving simulator study
GS Larue, A Rakotonirainy, AN Pettitt
IEEE Pervasive Computing, 2014
21*2014
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