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Topics: research, safety, operations
Keywords: research, safety, human factors, driver information, design guidelines, icon design, visual symbols, icon interpretation, icon legibility, auditory messages, general vs. specific icons, icon recognition, icon evaluation
TRT Terms: Automobiles–Instruments–Display systems, Automobiles–Electronic equipment, Electronics in navigation, Graphical user interfaces (Computer systems)–Design, Icons (Computer graphics)–Design, Highway communications, Traffic signs and signals, Information display systems, Driver information systems