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WOI : Determining Area of Interest and Gaze Analysis for Task Switching in a Window Unit Behavior Measurement in Windowing System GUI
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WOI : Determining Area of Interest and Gaze Analysis for Task Switching in a Window Unit Behavior Measurement in Windowing System GUI
Ko, Eunji; Choi, Sun-Young;
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 Abstract
This paper is a research of gaze analysis for measuring task switching behavior at multiple windows in GUI of windowing system. Previous methods that define area of interest for categorizing gaze had difficulties to define dynamic content that disappears or changes over time. On the other hand, this study suggests a new method to categorize gaze that defines Area of interest in a unit of window during the eye tracking experiment. In this paper, we constructed the conception of WOI(Window of Interest) in GUI of windowing system. Therefore, we developed a system using an eye tracker device and implemented a number of experiments. In addition, we analyzed the number of task switching and proportion of watched content. The method in the study comprehend from previous researches as it can measure and analyze the multi-tasking behaviors using multiple numbers of windows.
 Keywords
Task switching;Eye tracking;Windowing system;Multitasking;Dynamic content;
 Language
Korean
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