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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
7 × USA
Collaborated with:
D.E.Kieras T.Halverson Y.Zhang A.Cavender I.Kaur
Talks about:
model (5) search (4) cognit (4) predict (3) eye (3) strategi (2) children (2) visual (2) impair (2) comput (2)

Person: Anthony J. Hornof

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Contributed to:

CHI 20142014
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20072007
CHI 20052005
CHI 20032003
CHI 19991999
CHI 19971997

Wrote 10 papers:

CHI-2014-KierasH #modelling #predict #towards #visual notation
Towards accurate and practical predictive models of active-vision-based visual search (DEK, AJH), pp. 3875–3884.
CHI-2014-ZhangH #comprehension #modelling #multi
Understanding multitasking through parallelized strategy exploration and individualized cognitive modeling (YZ, AJH), pp. 3885–3894.
CHI-2010-HornofZH #multimodal
Knowing where and when to look in a time-critical multimodal dual task (AJH, YZ, TH), pp. 2103–2112.
CHI-2009-Hornof #design
Designing with children with severe motor impairments (AJH), pp. 2177–2180.
CHI-2007-HalversonH #human-computer #interactive #predict #visual notation
A minimal model for predicting visual search in human-computer interaction (TH, AJH), pp. 431–434.
CHI-2005-HornofC #named
EyeDraw: enabling children with severe motor impairments to draw with their eyes (AJH, AC), pp. 161–170.
CHI-2005-KaurH #behaviour #comparison #predict
A comparison of LSA, wordNet and PMI-IR for predicting user click behavior (IK, AJH), pp. 51–60.
CHI-2003-HornofH #eye tracking
Cognitive strategies and eye movements for searching hierarchical computer displays (AJH, TH), pp. 249–256.
CHI-1999-HornofK #how #modelling #people
Cognitive Modeling Demonstrates How People Use Anticipated Location Knowledge of Menu Items (AJH, DEK), pp. 410–417.
CHI-1997-HornofK #modelling #random
Cognitive Modeling Reveals Menu Search is Both Random and Systematic (AJH, DEK), pp. 107–114.

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