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Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

H. Liao, W. Dong, G. Gartner, H. Liu:
"Identifying User Tasks in Map Based-Pedestrian Navigation from Eye Tracking Data";
Talk: 14th International Conference on Location Based Services, Zürich; 01-15-2018 - 01-17-2018; in: "Adjunct Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Location Based Services", P. Kiefer, H. Huang, N. van de Weghe, M. Raubal (ed.); (2018), 6 pages.



English abstract:
Eye movement data convey a wealth of information that can be used to inspect human behavior and cognitive processes. In this study, we
explored to identify user tasks in map-based pedestrian navigation using eye movement data. We collected 44 participantsī eye movement data by conducting an eye tracking experiment in real-world environments. We trained and cross-validated a Random Forests classifier to classify 7 common user tasks using 564 features. The preliminary results show the classifier can achieve an overall accuracy of 48%.

Keywords:
wayfinding, eye movement, Random Forests

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