Modeling Hierarchical Menu Selections: Effects of Additive Factors

Abstract

In this paper we demonstrate that models of hierarchical menu selections should include a component that accounts for additive factors (AF) associated with sub-selections (selections on each menu level). Examples of such AF are dwell time, mouse clicks, or reaction time of pointing movements. We collect empirical data from 28 participants using two… (More)

Topics

8 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Samp2010ModelingHM, title={Modeling Hierarchical Menu Selections: Effects of Additive Factors}, author={Krystian Samp and Stefan Decker}, year={2010} }