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Tracking the evolution of causal cognition in humans

Marlize Lombard, Peter Gärdenfors
2017 Journal of Anthropological Sciences  
We propose that the tracking behaviour (i.e., the ability to interpret and follow external, inanimate, visual clues of hominins) provides a rich case study for tracing the evolution of causal cognition  ...  Our model can also be applied to current work in evolutionary psychology and research on causal cognition, so that an inter-disciplinary understanding and correlation of processes becomes increasingly  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Lyn Wadley, Luis Liebenberg and Anders Högberg for their valuable comments of early drafts of this manuscript. This manuscript also benefitted www.isita-org.com  ... 
doi:10.4436/jass.95006 pmid:28489015 fatcat:y2g2tlwfnvfrpme43iccloxhuu

Anticipatory Engineering: Anticipation in Sensory-Motor Systems of Human [chapter]

Yoshikatsu Hayashi, Jamie Blake, Slawomir J. Nasuto
2015 Cognitive Systems Monographs  
The proposed integrated model provides a framework to understand the anticipatory behaviour of human, focusing on the integration of visual and somatosensory information.  ...  The anticipatory behaviour observed in the visual tracking experiments can be explained by the feedforward term of target velocity, internal dynamics, and time delay in somatosensory feedback.  ...  Theoretical framework for anticipatory behaviour of visual-motor systems In this section, we would like to discuss a theoretical framework explaining the anticipatory behaviour found in the visual tracking  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-22599-9_17 fatcat:tyvwuuu2srf4vphk4t5mhv4qje

ABC

Aitor Apaolaza, Robert Haines, Amaia Aizpurua, Andy Brown, Michael Evans, Stephen Jolly, Simon Harper, Caroline Jay
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI EA '16  
We describe Automated Behavioural Coding (ABC), an open source object tracking technique designed to log user and device movements, and then output positional data that can be used to model interaction  ...  Video data of people interacting with devices contains rich information about human behaviour that can be used to design or improve user experience.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the EPSRC and the BBC for their funding contribution to this work via grants EP/K503782/1, EP/H500154/1, and EP/M017133/1.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2851581.2892483 dblp:conf/chi/ApaolazaHABEJHJ16 fatcat:s7lqh56b3jgsfo6ozb5fakrq2e

Human-computer interaction through computer vision

Homero V. Rios
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '01  
Our main achievements have been the development of an iris tracker and a hand tracker for HCI similar to a "visual mouse", and a deformable model of a generic face for facial feature extraction, for emotion  ...  body for surveillance application, hand tracking, iris tracking and recognition and head tracking for general human computer interaction.  ...  HAND TRACKER Our approach for the hand tracker is not as powerful and general as in other works [6] , but we provide simpler solutions for tracking a hand with extended fingers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634099.634106 fatcat:h34m3anv3jh5bkqpyvzbclo2qe

Human-computer interaction through computer vision

Homero V. Rios
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '01  
Our main achievements have been the development of an iris tracker and a hand tracker for HCI similar to a "visual mouse", and a deformable model of a generic face for facial feature extraction, for emotion  ...  body for surveillance application, hand tracking, iris tracking and recognition and head tracking for general human computer interaction.  ...  HAND TRACKER Our approach for the hand tracker is not as powerful and general as in other works [6] , but we provide simpler solutions for tracking a hand with extended fingers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634067.634106 dblp:conf/chi/Rios-Figueroa01 fatcat:xkfw2wwqg5c5phnkq3tehgdgm4

Page 399 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 43, Issue 2 [page]

2011 Behavior Research Methods  
Our understanding of how v ision guides tnotor actions has been sigtiificantly advanced by behav ioural studies that use eye- and hand-tracking methods in tandem (Carey. Della Sala.  ...  l5L-h;i\ Ros (2011 ) 42:200 40S 1)01 l().272S/sl242S-01 14)()()7-y A novel integrative method for analyzing eye and hand behaviour during reaching and grasping in an MRl environment Jaiio M. l.awiTiico  ... 

Verification of Structure on Model's Eyes-Hands during Signal Tracking

Mikulas Alexik
2013 2013 8th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation  
After detecting the models in the brain driver's, we could understand how models influencing his reaction on the traffic situations.  ...  This article explains a new conceptual model of driver behaviour, which is able to characterize the response of the driver in the car, from the "intelligent control system driver/car/traffic situation"  ...  For understanding and finding causality of varying time delay and varying time constants, the new hierarchical model of the driver behaviour was formulated and verified by simulation experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/eurosim.2013.20 fatcat:dhnzj4p3nvf7vj56d6m5o3b2bq

Requirements for Robotic Interpretation of Social Signals "in the Wild": Insights from Diagnostic Criteria of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Madeleine E Bartlett, Cristina Costescu, Paul Baxter, Serge Thill
2020 Information  
Just as for social robotics, ASD diagnosis fundamentally requires the ability to characterise human behaviour from observable aspects.  ...  For social robotics, we highlight the fundamental role of covert behaviour, show that the current state-of-the-art is unable to characterise this, and emphasise that future research should tackle this  ...  Ramey and colleagues [78] for example, integrated the Kinect device into a social robot for tracking and recognising hand gestures.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info11020081 fatcat:pwtplx2x2vco5i27rrvvkapp7q

The behavioural ecology of animal movement: reflections upon potential synergies

Miriam Liedvogel, Ben B. Chapman, Rachel Muheim, Susanne Åkesson
2013 Animal Migration  
of animal behavior for some decades.  ...  In this brief ideas paper we discuss the state of the art of both disciplines, and reflect upon what behavioural ecology can contribute to our understanding of animal movements, and vice versa.  ...  In addition, hand-in-hand development of analytical tools will be needed as movement data sets are generated rapidly and need special tools to handle.  ... 
doi:10.2478/ami-2013-0002 fatcat:6cqehgttnbfmvpuvd5uudqx3ji

Eye-Tracking Evaluation of Age-Related Differences in User Behaviour on Mobile Applications

Antony William Joseph, Dr. Ramaswamy Murugesh
2021 Journal of scientific research  
The activities were recorded for each participant all five tasks. The results our study show differences in the information search behaviours among different age groups.  ...  In response to the rapid population growth, it is essential to understand the factors affecting ageing population in human-computer interaction (HCI).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors are grateful to Madurai Kamaraj University and National Institute of Design for their support. We are also thankful to Tobii Eye Tracking for their support and guidance.  ... 
doi:10.37398/jsr.2021.650127 fatcat:dcoqrbkhwrag7g6r27rxqjof2u

Exploring User Motor Behaviour in Bimanual Interactive Video Games

N. Pena Perez, L. Tokarchuk, E. Burdet, I. Farkhatdinov
2019 2019 IEEE Conference on Games (CoG)  
In particular, little is known regarding player behaviour in tasks demanding bimanual interaction. In this work, an experiment was designed to improve the understanding of such tasks.  ...  However, in order to realize their full potential, a good understanding is required of the players' motor control.  ...  Eden for his careful reading and comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cig.2019.8848051 dblp:conf/cig/PerezTBF19 fatcat:7m2sz46q6fdmxjo5qxca3gap6q

Model-based acquisition and analysis of multimodal interactions for improving human-robot interaction

Patrick Renner, Thies Pfeiffer
2014 Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications - ETRA '14  
Human communicative behaviour including gaze and gestures are recorded using mobile eye tracking glasses and gloves with optical marker tracking.  ...  To achieve this, robots could benefit from a deeper understanding of the processes that humans use for successful communication.  ...  Especially gaze behaviour is important for implicitly communicating our attention and thus intention, so that a common goal can be reached.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2578153.2582176 dblp:conf/etra/RennerP14 fatcat:yng53h5h2nhifcswgwqsbgtjr4

Spatiotemporal behaviour of the urban multi-attraction tourist: does distance travelled from country of origin make a difference?

Ana Maria Caldeira, Elisabeth Kastenholz
2015 Tourism & Management Studies  
Understanding tourists' spatiotemporal behaviour may help improve the quality of their experience as well as provide useful information to the management of attractions and destination.  ...  This article fills this gap both theoretically and empirically, through a dual analysis of a time-space GPS tracking study and a survey, conducted among tourists (n=413) staying at 10 different hotels  ...  On the other hand, other empirical urban tourist behaviour research stressed tourist characteristics.  ... 
doaj:1f2ff5efe284447994c715bba9aa9210 fatcat:crufzmnhrjamlc5nxdkwwimiv4

Cue informativeness constrains visual tracking during an interceptive timing task

Jasmine Akl, Derek Panchuk
2016 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
during a one-handed catching task.  ...  The findings illustrated no differences in catching performance across conditions; however, tracking of the ball was initiated earlier, for a longer duration, and over a greater proportion of the ball's  ...  behaviour during a one-handed catching task.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-016-1080-0 pmid:26975450 fatcat:boze32u33bblji54db2ch3csoa

ASSESSING EYE FIXATION BEHAVIOUR THROUGH DESIGN EVALUATION OF LAWI AYAM ARTEFACT

Siti Mastura Md Ishak, Ashok Sivaji, Soo Shi Tzuaan, Hazreena Hussein, Rahmah Bujang
2015 Jurnal Teknologi  
The study uses eye tracking test to understand the user's cognition and eye behaviour towards the syntactic elements of the cultural artefact (Lawi Ayam -LA) using pre-existent experience.  ...  Graphical abstract Abstract There is a need for Malay cultural product knowledge preservation with the convergence of human science to establish the product knowledge development in innovative culture  ...  Based on the data obtained from keyword search of "eye tracking" in Google Scholar, it was found that (619 articles on Malaysian design) eye tracking had previously been used to understand user behaviours  ... 
doi:10.11113/jt.v77.6884 fatcat:vrwwvyajejgybhnsrljdwgkabu
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