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  • Tytuł artykułu:
    Towards Human-Information System Interaction Models Derived from Eye-Tracking Data
  • Tytuły w innych językach:
    Modele interakcji człowieka z systemami informatycznymi bazujące na okulografii
  • Opublikowany w czasopiśmie:
  • Rocznik 2013,  numer nr 158
  • 65-80
  • Oryginalny artykuł naukowy
  • angielski
  • article-e70c4b1f-7733-4001-82b5-175e03ed7843
  • uek-171272163
  • 07.08.2015 18:35:52
  • Jacek Gwizdka [1]
  • Michael J. Cole [2]
  • [1] University of Texas, USA
  • [2] Rutgers University,
  • Brak afiliacji
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