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Experts often capture semantics of eye movements by tagging areas of interest (AOIs) on the stimulus and associating them with fixations. , [7, 33]). 2 Recurrence Plots Recurrence plots originate from the study of dynamical systems and were introduced for visual analysis of trajectories [14, 27]. Figure 1 shows the recurrence plots for the Lorenz (left) and sine (right) functions. Notice that the Lorenz function is a multidimensional function parametrized by time. To obtain the matrix Œrij that is Fig.
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The VERP Explorer couples conventional visualizations of eye movements with recurrence plots that reveal patterns of revisitation over time. We apply the VERP Explorer to the domain of medical checklist design, analyzing eye movements of doctors searching for information in checklists under time pressure. 1 Introduction Eye tracking has been increasingly popular in diverse application areas ranging from neuroscience to marketing due to reduced cost and improved quality in data collection. What makes eye tracking attractive in such a wide range of domains is that eye movements often provide an objective signature for visual-cognitive behavior by tracking the sequential attention of users.