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A computer-supported methodology for recording and visualising visitor behaviour in museums

@inproceedings{Bohnert2009ACM,
  title={A computer-supported methodology for recording and visualising visitor behaviour in museums},
  author={F. Bohnert and G. Houben and I. Zukerman and G. McCalla and F. Pianesi and M. Zancanaro},
  year={2009}
}
  • F. Bohnert, G. Houben, +3 authors M. Zancanaro
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Developing user modelling and personalisation techniques for museums requires datasets about visitor behaviour in the physical museum space (i. e., visitor pathways). Advancing traditional paper-based tracking techniques, this demonstration presents a computer-supported methodology for (1) observationally recording visitors’ time-annotated pathways in physical museums, and (2) post-collection processing and visualising the gathered data. Our methodology was used to collect and post-process a… CONTINUE READING
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