A simple way to estimate similarity between pairs of eye movement sequences

@inproceedings{Matht2012ASW,
  title={A simple way to estimate similarity between pairs of eye movement sequences},
  author={Sebastiaan Math{\^o}t and Filipe Cristino and Iain D. Gilchrist and Jan Theeuwes},
  year={2012}
}
But the apparent simplicity of conducting eye movement research is deceiving. Collecting large amounts of data is easy, but analysing the data in a way that does justice to the wealth of information they contain is emphatically not. Therefore, it is paramount that new, powerful tools for the analysis of eye movement data are developed. In the present paper, we will focus on one type of analysis in particular: the similarity measure. In the sense intended here, a similarity measure takes two eye… CONTINUE READING

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