Predicting Problem-Solving Behavior and Performance Levels from Visual Attention Data

@inproceedings{Eivazi2011PredictingPB,
  title={Predicting Problem-Solving Behavior and Performance Levels from Visual Attention Data},
  author={Shahram Eivazi},
  year={2011}
}
Inferring high-level cognitive states during interaction with a user interfaces is a fundamental task in building proactive intelligent systems that would allow effective offloading of mental operations to a computational architectures. In this paper, we propose a system that uses real-time eye-tracking to measure user’’s visual attention patterns and infers behavior during interaction with a problem solving interface. Using a combination of machine learning techniques, computational modeling… CONTINUE READING
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