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Abstracts of the Scandinavian Workshop on Applied Eye Tracking (SWAET 2018)

Nyström, Marcus; Lund University, Barratt, Daniel; Copenhagen Business School & Bertram, Raymond; University Of Turku
This document contains the abstracts for the 2018 Scandinavian Workshop on Applied Eye Tracking (SWAET 2018) which was held at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, 23 to 24 August, 2018..

Deployment associated with OBS deployments in Swiss Lakes

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
broadband OBS experiments across Swiss lakes in short term deployments focused on site investigation for potenital lake tsunami

Seismology at School Program, ETH Zurich

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
Seismo-at-school stations (Switzerland and some other station globally)

Eastern Alpine Seismic Investigation (EASI) - AlpArray Complimentary Experiment

AlpArray Seismic Network
Location: N-S swath along 13.35°E from Eastern Bavaria to the Adriatic See

Dynamics of eye movements under time varying stimuli

Radisavljevic-Gajic, Verica; Villanova University Mechanical Engineering Department
In this paper we study the pure-slow and pure-fast dynamics of the disparity convergence of the eye movements second-order linear dynamic mathematical model under time varying stimuli. Performing simulation of the isolated pure-slow and pure-fast dynamics, it has been observed that the pure-fast component corresponding to the eye angular velocity displays abrupt and very fast changes in a very broad range of values. The result obtained is specific for the considered second-order mathematical model that...

Temporary deployments in Valais, Switzerland associated with COGEAR

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in the Valais region of Switzerland associated with the COGEAR project

COSEISMIQ - COntrol SEISmicity and Manage Induced earthQuakes

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
Temporary broadband deployments across Hengill in Iceland associated with monitoring induced seismicity

CERN Seismic Network

CERN
CERN Seismic Network consists of co-lcoated broadband and strong motion stations in and around the CERN experiment perimeter crossing France and Switzerland. Sites are free-field and at-depth along the ring.

GANSSER broadband seismic experiment in Bhutan

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
Temporary deployment - GANSSER Swiss broadband seismic experiment in Bhutan. The project: Geodynamics ANd Seismic Structure of the Eastern-Himalaya Region (GANSSER) aims at studying the seismotectonics, as well as the structure and physical properties of the lithosphere in the Eastern Himalayas, mainly by means of receiver functions and tomographic methods.

An investigation of the distribution of gaze estimation errors in head mounted gaze trackers using polynomial functions

Kurauchi, Andrew T. N.; Department Of Computer Science (IME), University Of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, Morimoto, Carlos H.; Department Of Computer Science (IME), University Of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil & Mardanbegi, Diako; Lancaster University, UK
Second order polynomials are commonly used for estimating the point-of-gaze in head-mounted eye trackers. Studies in remote (desktop) eye trackers show that although some non-standard 3rd order polynomial models could provide better accuracy, high-order polynomials do not necessarily provide better results. Different than remote setups though, where gaze is estimated over a relatively narrow field-of-view surface (e.g. less than 30x20 degrees on typical computer displays), head-mounted gaze trackers (HMGT) are often desired to cover a...

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with building monitoring

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments associated with noise tests / structural / foundation monitoring

Temporary deployments on Greenland Ice-sheet Margin

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) & Laboratory Of Hydraulics, Hydrology And Glaciology (VAW)
Temporary seismic deployments on the Greenland Ice-sheet Margin in Western Greenland

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with aftershocks and other seismic sequences

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with aftershocks, e.g. Vallorcine (can be inside or outside Switzerland) and induced seismicity

National Seismic Networks of Switzerland

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
National Seismic Networks of Switzerland, comprising all permanent high gain (short period and broadband) and low gain strong motion stations.

Stations deployed for Risk Model Switzerland

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
A short summary of the network, no more than 200-300 words in length. This should include the number, location, and types of sensors, and the type of data collected. The DataCite descriptionType should be “Abstract”. Permanent networks frequently gain or lose stations, so there is little sense in being too specific concerning these. Suggested components: Description, aim and scope -- Geodynamic setting (for temporary networks) -- Geographical coverage -- Instrument types (number of stations for...

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with landslides

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with landslides, e.g. Preonzo

MAGiC: A multimodal framework for analysing gaze in dyadic communication

Kalkan, Sinan; Middle East Technical University Computer Engineering Department, Acarturk, Cengiz; Middle East Technical University Cognitive Science Department & Ülkü Arslan Aydin
The analysis of dynamic scenes has been a challenging domain in eye tracking research. This study presents a framework, named MAGiC, for analyzing gaze contact and gaze aversion in face-to-face communication. MAGiC provides an environment that is able to detect and track the conversation partner’s face automatically, overlay gaze data on top of the face video, and incorporate speech by means of speech-act annotation. Specifically, MAGiC integrates eye tracking data for gaze, audio data for...

Representative Scanpath Identification for Group Viewing Pattern Analysis

Li, Aoqi; Wuhan University & Chen, Zhenzhong; Wuhan University
Scanpaths are composed of fixations and saccades. Viewing trends reflected by scanpaths play an important role in scientific studies like saccadic model evaluation and real-life applications like artistic design. Several scanpath synthesis methods have been proposed to obtain a scanpath that is representative of the group viewing trend. But most of them either target a specific category of viewing materials like webpages or leave out some useful information like gaze duration. Our previous work defined...

AlpArray Seismic Network (AASN) temporary component

AlpArray Seismic Network
temporary broadband station deployments for AlpArray Seismic Network.

Running COSMO-WRF on very-high resolution over complex terrain

Varun Sharma & Franziska Gerber

Temporary deployments in Switzerland associated with glacier monitoring

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments: 1985-2020 seismological experiments on Swiss Glaciers

Eastern Alpine Seismic Investigation (EASI) - AlpArray Complimentary Experiment

AlpArray Seismic Network
Location: N-S swath along 13.35°E from Eastern Bavaria to the Adriatic See

The impact of text segmentation on subtitle reading

Gerber-Morón, Olivia; Universitat Autònoma De Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain, Woll, Bencie; University College London, UK & Szarkowska, Agnieszka; University Of Warsaw, Poland Currently Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow At University College London, UK
Understanding the way people watch subtitled films has become a central concern for subtitling researchers in recent years. Both subtitling scholars and professionals generally believe that in order to reduce cognitive load and enhance readability, line breaks in two-line subtitles should follow syntactic units. However, previous research has been inconclusive as to whether syntactic-based segmentation facilitates comprehension and reduces cognitive load. In this study, we assessed the impact of text segmentation on subtitle processing among...

Temporary deployments in Sion, Switzerland to understand 3D site amplification

Swiss Seismological Service (SED) At ETH Zurich
temporary deployments in Sion, Switzerland associated with 3D site amplification

The rhythm of cognition – Effects of an auditory beat on oculomotor control in reading and sequential scanning

Hans A. Trukenbrod, Lynn Huestegge, Elke B. Lange & Aleksandra Pieczykolan
Eye-movement behavior is inherently rhythmic. Even without cognitive input, the eyes never rest, as saccades are generated 3 to 4 times per second. Based on an embodied view of cognition, we asked whether mental processing in visual cognitive tasks is also rhythmic in nature by studying the effects of an external auditory beat (rhythmic background music) on saccade generation in exemplary cognitive tasks (reading and sequential scanning). While in applied settings background music has been...

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