Call for papers for the workshop “Inferring user action with mobile gaze tracking”
Scope of the workshop
Gaze tracking in psychological, cognitive, and user interaction studies has recently evolved toward mobile solutions, as they make it possible to directly assess users’ visual attention in natural environments. In addition to attention, gaze can provide information about users’ action and intention: what the user is doing and what will she do next. Gaze behavior in natural, unstructured task environments is quite complex and cannot be satisfactorily explained using “simple” behavioral models that are induced with typical stimulus-response testing in controlled laboratory environments. To evolve the inference of gaze-action behavior in natural environments, a more holistic approach bringing together a number of disciplines from cognitive sciences to machine learning is needed.
The goal of the workshop is to bring together a cross-domain group of individuals to (i) discuss and contribute to the problem of using mobile gaze tracking for inferring user action, (ii) advance the sharing of data and analysis algorithms as well as device solutions, and (iii) increase understanding of behavioral aspects of gaze-action sequences. The workshop proposes an interdisciplinary gathering for recognizing potential synergies, mapping solved and unsolved problems, and creating a research roadmap for the future applying the strengths of each contributing field.
Topic of interest
We seek papers related, but not limited, to the following topics:
- Cognitive aspects of mobile gaze tracking
- Computational methods to infer user action from gaze data
- Technical solutions for mobile gaze tracking
- Applications and potential use of gaze data
- Submission Deadline: May 27th 2016, 5pm PST
- Notifications Sent: June 10th 2016
- Camera-ready submissions: June 29th 2016
- Workshop day: September 6th 2016
The workshop wil be held in conjunction with the MobileHCI 2016 conference (http://mobilehci.acm.org/), to be held in Florence (Tuscany), Italy, September 6th – 9th, 2016. The instructions for submitting the papers can be found at http://www.ttl.fi/gaze2016. The papers will be peer-reviewed by at least two independent reviewers. At least one author of accepted papers needs to register for the workshop and for the conference itself. Accepted workshop papers will be included in the MobileHCI 2016 Adjunct Proceedings.
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