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Summer 2015

Capstone Course project: Eye-tracking Analysis and Research Software

Authors: Jesse Clifton, Richard Frnka, Konner Kite, Robert Sizemore, Aleksandr Smirnov, Dustin Wright

T.E.A.R.S. (Time-intensive Eye-tracking Analysis and Research Software) is a toolkit for analyzing eye-movement patterns. It was created as a tool to compare experts' and novices' eye-movements recorded during searching a target on a map. It uses several comparison algorithms based on

  • Levinshtein Distance
  • Scan-Match algorithm
  • Multi-Match algorithm
  • Recurrence Diagrams

and estimates Information Gain of 22 characteristics of eye-movement sequences with respect to Correctness and Level of Expertise.

 

T.E.A.R.S. can be downloaded from here.

Uses Manual can be downloaded from here.

Examples of Excel and CSV files acceptable by T.E.A.R.S. can be downloaded from here.

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TEARS 1.0 User Manual732.51 KB
Summer 2015 Report39.88 KB