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Modern Transportation (half-yearly) is an international comprehensive professional academic journal of Ivy Publisher, concerning the development of transportation building and management. The main focus of the journal is the academic papers and comments of latest transportation engineering, system engineering and road engineering improvement in the fields of nature science, engineering technology, economy and science, report of latest research re... [More] Modern Transportation (half-yearly) is an international comprehensive professional academic journal of Ivy Publisher, concerning the development of transportation building and management. The main focus of the journal is the academic papers and comments of latest transportation engineering, system engineering and road engineering improvement in the fields of nature science, engineering technology, economy and science, report of latest research result, aiming at providing a good communication platform to transfer, share and discuss the theoretical and technical development for professionals, scholars and researchers in this field, reflecting the academic front level, promote academic change and seize the transportation technology theory, practice front line, research level and development direction.

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Evaluation of Factors Affecting Driver’s Behaviors using Association Rule

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Author: Jingdian Yang

Abstract: In this paper, association rule mining algorithm is utilized to analyze the correlations of various factors of causing traffic accidents, from which the research model of dangerous driving behaviors is established. In this model, the factors and their correlations include: ability of risk control, ability of driving self-confidence, individual characteristics and incorrect driving operations. Selecting the drivers in the city of Chengdu to be the objects of investigation, a group of valid sample data is obtained. Based on these data, the Support and Confidence for association rules are analyzed. In the process, two stage computing of Apriori algorithm programming is simulated and some important rules are acquired. With these rules, departments of traffic administration can focus on these key factors in their processing of traffic transactions. Through training in drivers’ skills and their physical and mental behaviors, the incorrect driving operations can be greatly reduced and the traffic safety can be effectively guaranteed.

Keywords: Driving Technique, Traffic Safety, Big Data, Association Rules, Apriori Algorithm

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