Driving Future Vehicles.
Driving Future Vehicles. First Published 1993.
Driving Future Vehicles book. London: Taylor and Francis, 1993. AM Parkes, GE Burnett. Proceedings of VNIS'93-Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conferenc. 1993. Head-up displays and their automotive application: An overview of human factors issues affecting safety. Accident Analysis & Prevention 26 (6), 703-717, 1994.
In Driving Future Vehicles, . eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Reprints and Permissions. Parkes, S. Franzen, eds. London, Washington, DC: Taylor and Francis, 1993. Keinath . Baumann . Gelau . Bengler K. (2000) Evaluating Visual Display Designs in Vehicles: Advantages and Disadvantages of the Occlusion Technique. In: Camarinha-Matos . Afsarmanesh . Erbe HH. (eds) Advances in Networked Enterprises. Personalised recommendations.
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Frank Kobina Parkes (1932–23 May 2004) was a Ghanaian journalist, broadcaster and poet. He was the author of one book, Songs from the Wilderness (University of London Press, 1965), but is widely anthologised and is perhaps best known for his poem "African Heaven", which echoes the title of Carl Van Vechten's controversial 1926 novel Nigger Heaven, and was selected by Langston Hughes for inclusion in the groundbreaking anthology of African writing An African Treasury (1960)
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