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63 Table 7.5. Modification Needed for Each Data Set Feasibility ( ) Modifications Needed Cost for Modifications ($$$) Project 2: ACAS FOT Additional external data, such as work zone and crashes $$$ Manual filtering of invalid triggers Project 5: RDCWS FOT Additional external data, such as work zone and crashes $$$ Manual filtering of invalid triggers Project 6: The 100-Car Study More efficient identification of driver $ Project 7: DDWS FOT More comprehensive external data $ Project 8: NTDS More comprehensive external data $ Project 11: NTNDS More efficient identification of driver More comprehensive external data $$ SHRP 2 Project S07 $$$ References Task 5, Preliminary Analysis of Drowsy Driver Warning System Field Operational Test Data. NHTSA, 2005. 1. University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Automotive 3. University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Road Collision Avoidance System Field Operational Test Report: Methodology Departure Crash Warning System Field Operational Test: Methodology and Results. Report DOT HS 809 900. NHTSA, 2005. and Results. NHTSA, 2006. 2. Hickman, J. S., R. R. Knipling, R. L. Olson, M. C. Fumero, M. 4. Biding, T., and G. Lind. Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA), Results of Blanco, and R. J. Hanowski. Phase I--Preliminary Analysis of Data Large-Scale Trials in Borlnge, Lidkping, Lund and Ume During the Collected in the Drowsy Driver Warning System Field Operational Test: Period 19992002. Swedish National Road Administration, 2002.