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From Extraneous Noise to Categorizable Signatures: Using Multi-scale Analyses to Assess Implicit Interaction Needs of Older Adults with Visual Impairments [chapter]

Kevin P. Moloney, V. Kathlene Leonard, Bin Shi, Julie A. Jacko, Brani Vidakovic, François Sainfort
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This study explores pupillary response behavior (PRB) during computer interaction to identify underlying differences between older adults of varying ocular profiles.  ...  The holistic understanding of human-computer interaction (HCI) is increasingly important, especially given the impending influx of older users who present dynamic needs that evolve with age.  ...  Methods Pupillary response behavior was measured from older adults (mean age = 76 yrs) diagnosed with AMD, the leading cause of visual impairment in the US and UK.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11555261_116 fatcat:if7jlaon4rcerppa3cj7qkk3ri

Measuring the task-evoked pupillary response with a remote eye tracker

Jeff Klingner, Rakshit Kumar, Pat Hanrahan
2008 Proceedings of the 2008 symposium on Eye tracking research & applications - ETRA '08  
Second, we demonstrate the feasibility of a more fine-grained approach to analyzing pupil size data gathered with an eye tracker, which provides more detail about the timing and magnitude of changes in  ...  The pupil-measuring capability of video eye trackers can detect the task-evoked pupillary response: subtle changes in pupil size which indicate cognitive load.  ...  Funding & Permissions This work was funded by the Stanford Regional Visual Analytics Center, through the U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1344471.1344489 dblp:conf/etra/KlingnerKH08 fatcat:bl22je6ornaz7n5gji6yeyldiu

Workload-Aware Systems and Interfaces for Cognitive Augmentation [article]

Thomas Kosch
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Together with the collected data sets, this thesis paves the way for methodical and technical tools that integrate workload-awareness as a factor for context-aware systems.  ...  The human body expresses the use of cognitive resources through physiological responses when confronted with a plethora of cognitive workload.  ...  [267] present the concept of an assistive system that supports older adults with dementia during regular daily routine tasks.  ... 
arXiv:2010.07703v2 fatcat:v3cfq4cs2jhuzlym3za2r4b3le

Behavioral Research and Practical Models of Drivers' Attention [article]

Iuliia Kotseruba, John K. Tsotsos
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Drivers deal with multiple concurrent tasks, such as keeping the vehicle in the lane, observing and anticipating the actions of other road users, reacting to hazards, and dealing with distractions inside  ...  Aspects of attention during driving have been explored across multiple disciplines, including psychology, human factors, human-computer interaction, intelligent transportation, and computer vision, each  ...  The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
arXiv:2104.05677v3 fatcat:db5yxgk72ng5rdywxwdaalvpsa

Abstracts of the 19th European Conference on Eye Movements 2017 [article]

Radach, Ralph; University Of Wuppertal, Vorstius, Christian; University Of Wuppertal, Hofmann (Eds.), Markus J.; University Of Wuppertal, Deubel, Heiner; University Of Munich
Span size differed as a function of character complexity for both age groups, but older adults had a smaller visual span than younger adults for high complexity characters.  ...  of visual complexity are not confounded with word length.In our experiment, young (18-28 years) and older (65+ years) adults read text containing interchangeable high-complexity (>9 strokes) or lowcomplexity  ...  Eye movement behavior is compared during reading for comprehension and searching for a target word for Chinese text.  ... 
doi:10.16910/jemr.10.6 fatcat:3vdhqhh3ibbjvge5pnqgljq24a

TeaP 2016 - Abstracts of the 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, Leibniz Institut Für Psychologische Information Und Dokumentation (ZPID), Leibniz Institut Für Psychologische Information Und Dokumentation (ZPID), Joachim Funke, Jan Rummel, Andreas Voß
The authors and the publisher of this volumehave taken care that the information and recommendations contained hereinare accurate and compatible with the standards generally accepted at the time of publication  ...  The publisher disclaims any liability,l oss, or damagei ncurred as ac onsequence, directly or indirectly,ofthe use and application of any of the contents of this volume. ............................  ...  In an intentional study phase, younger and older healthy adults were presented with pairs of familiar visual objects.  ... 
doi:10.23668/psycharchives.874 fatcat:7fvyxuqu25ckxdvseantp44u4m

Beyond the tracked line of sight: Gaze-driven user models [article]

David Geisler, Universitaet Tuebingen, Kasneci, Enkelejda (Prof. Dr.)
Rather, the entire visual field is continuously and subliminally scanned and reconciled with a mental image of the scene.  ...  Although the fovea offers the highest visual capacity and generally coincides with the center of visual attention, foveal perception is neither sufficiently spatially characterized by a line of sight nor  ...  Much more remote eye-tracking is perfectly suited as an additional input modality in versatile complex HCI systems.  ... 
doi:10.15496/publikation-53604 fatcat:2nxmddgt5nfmxc4bdjhefjrrke