Comparing Ocular Parameters for Cognitive Load Measurement in Eye-Gaze-Controlled Interfaces for Automotive and Desktop Computing Environments

@article{Biswas2016ComparingOP,
  title={Comparing Ocular Parameters for Cognitive Load Measurement in Eye-Gaze-Controlled Interfaces for Automotive and Desktop Computing Environments},
  author={Pradipta Biswas and Varun Dutt and Patrick Langdon},
  journal={International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={23 - 38}
}
Eye-gaze tracking is traditionally used to analyze ocular parameters for investigating visual psychology, marketing study, behavior analysis, and so on. Currently, eye-gaze trackers are also being used to control electronic interfaces in assistive technology, automobile control, and even consumer electronic products like smartphones and tablets. However, there are not many attempts to combine these two streams of research on active and passive uses of eye-gaze trackers. This article compares a… 

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