A coordination class analysis of judgments about animated motion

Thomas C. Thaden-Koch
2004 AIP Conference Proceedings  
We use the coordination class construct to analyze interviews in which college students judged the realism of animated depictions of balls rolling on a set of tracks. We find the elements of coordination classes (readout strategies and the causal net) useful for understanding the interviewed students' decision-making processes. We find limited evidence for integration and invariance, the performance criteria of coordination classes.
doi:10.1063/1.1807253 fatcat:ct754uookzd2ninzqlvkaw2kmm