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Regressions re-visited: a new definition for the visual display paradigm

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Regressions re-visited: a new definition for the visual display paradigm
We revisit the definition of regressions in eye tracking, having found existing definitions, formulated within a reading paradigm, unsuitable for visual display assessment. The new definition is tested using eye movement data recorded during a usability evaluation of two series of graph designs. The new definition gave a stronger result in the usability assessment than was obtained using the previous measure, and gave a result consistent with other eye movement usability metrics derived for the two series of graph designs. The newly defined measure is easily computed and is sensitive enough to reveal a correlation between improved performance and a decrease in regressions. Categories & Subject Descriptors: H.5.2 [Information Interfaces and Presentation (e.g. HCI)]; User Interfaces--Evaluation/methodology, screen design;
James A. Renshaw, Janet Finlay, David A. Tyfa, Rob
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where CHI
Authors James A. Renshaw, Janet Finlay, David A. Tyfa, Robert D. Ward
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