Paul van Gent
Paul van Gent
Postdoctoral Researcher, Delft University of Technology
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HeartPy: A novel heart rate algorithm for the analysis of noisy signals
P Van Gent, H Farah, N Van Nes, B Van Arem
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 66, 368-378, 2019
Interactions between cyclists and automated vehicles: Results of a photo experiment*
MP Hagenzieker, S Van Der Kint, L Vissers, INLG van Schagen, ...
Journal of Transportation Safety & Security 12 (1), 94-115, 2020
Heart Rate Analysis for Human Factors: Development and Validation of an Open Source Toolkit for Noisy Naturalistic Heart Rate Data
P van Gent, H Farah, van Nes. Nicole, B van Arem
HUMANIST 2018, 173-178, 2018
Analysing noisy driver physiology real-time using off-the-shelf sensors: Heart rate analysis software from the taking the fast lane project
P van Gent, H Farah, N van Nes, B van Arem
Journal of Open Research Software 7 (1), 2019
Speed characteristics of speed pedelecs, pedelecs and conventional bicycles in naturalistic urban and rural traffic conditions
D Twisk, A Stelling, P Van Gent, J De Groot, W Vlakveld
Accident Analysis & Prevention 150, 105940, 2021
An empirical analysis to assess the operational design domain of lane keeping system equipped vehicles combining objective and subjective risk measures
H Farah, S Bhusari, P Van Gent, FAM Babu, P Morsink, R Happee, ...
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 22 (5), 2589-2598, 2020
Multi-Level Driver Workload Prediction Using Machine Learning and Off-The-Shelf Sensors
P van Gent, T Melman, H Farah, NV Nes, B van Arem
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2018
Wellbeat: A framework for tracking daily well-being using smartwatches
S Park, M Constantinides, LM Aiello, D Quercia, P Van Gent
IEEE Internet Computing 24 (5), 10-17, 2020
A conceptual model for persuasive in-vehicle technology to influence tactical level driver behaviour
P van Gent, H Farah, N van Nes, B van Arem
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 60, 202-216, 2019
A study in real traffic examining glance behaviour of teenage cyclists when listening to music: results and ethical considerations
A Stelling-Konczak, WP Vlakveld, P Van Gent, JJF Commandeur, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 55, 47-57, 2018
Emotion recognition using facial landmarks python DLib and OpenCV
P Van Gent
A tech blog about fun things with Python Embed. Electron, 2016
Effects of exhaust plume and nozzle length on compressible base flows
PL van Gent, Q Payanda, SG Brust, BW van Oudheusden, FFJ Schrijer
AIAA Journal 57 (3), 1184-1199, 2019
Analyzing a Discrete Heart Rate Signal Using Python
P van Gent
A tech blog about fun things with Python and embedded electronics, 2016
Towards Real-Time, Nonintrusive Estimation of Driver Workload: A Simulator Study
P van Gent, H Farah, NV Nes, B van Arem
Road Safety and Simulation, 2017
Python heart rate analysis toolkit
P van Gent
GitHub Repository, 2017
Sport cycling crashes among males on public roads, the influence of bunch riding, experience and competitiveness
GJ Wijlhuizen, P Van Gent, H Stipdonk
Safety 2 (2), 11, 2016
Glance behaviour of teenage cyclists when listening to music : Results of a study in real traffic
A Stelling-Konczak, WP Vlakveld, MP Hagenzieker, P van Gent, ...
Proceedings of the international cycling safety conference, ICSC 2015, 2016
Python Heart Rate Analysis Toolkit Documentation
P van Gent
Interactions between cyclists and autonomous vehicles: results of a photo study
M Hagenzieker, S Van der Kint, L Visser, I van Schagen, J De Bruin, ...
5th International Cycling Safety Conference, 2016
Development CycleRAP instrument for safety assessment bicycle infrastructure: efficiency manual intensity measurements, reliability evaluation infrastructure
GJ Wijlhuizen, JWH van Petegem, C Goldenbeld, P van Gent, J de Bruin, ...
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