Tracing Eye Movement Protocols with Cognitive Process Models

  title={Tracing Eye Movement Protocols with Cognitive Process Models},
  author={Dario D. Salvucci and John R. Anderson},
In using eye movements to develop cognitive models, researchers typically analyze eye movement protocols with aggregate measures and test models with respect to these measures. Because aggregate analyses sometimes conceal informative low-level behavior, protocol analyses comparing model predictions to individual trial protocols are frequently desirable; however, protocol analysis for eye movement data is often tedious and time-consuming. We describe how to automate the protocol analysis of eye… CONTINUE READING
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