Kognitive Belastung des Fahrers Messung der Gefahr anhand der Pupillenveränderung

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Marti, S. Kognitive Belastung des Fahrers Messung der Gefahr anhand der Pupillenveränderung. ATZ Elektron 11, 36–41 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s35658-016-0026-6

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