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Conversing with the user based on eye-gaze patterns

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Conversing with the user based on eye-gaze patterns
Motivated by and grounded in observations of eye-gaze patterns in human-human dialogue, this study explores using eye-gaze patterns in managing human-computer dialogue. We developed an interactive system, iTourist, for city trip planning, which encapsulated knowledge of eyegaze patterns gained from studies of human-human collaboration systems. User study results show that it was possible to sense users' interest based on eye-gaze patterns and manage computer information output accordingly. Study participants could successfully plan their trip with iTourist and positively rated their experience of using it. We demonstrate that eye-gaze could play an important role in managing future multimodal human-computer dialogues. ACM Classification Keywords H.5.2 [Information interfaces and Presentation]: User Interfaces ? Input devices and strategies Author Keywords Multimodal interaction, dialogue systems, eye tracking, interest detection
Pernilla Qvarfordt, Shumin Zhai
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CHI
Authors Pernilla Qvarfordt, Shumin Zhai
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