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polar (3)
eye (3)
log (3)
use (3)

Stem fixat$ (all stems)

12 papers:

ICSEICSE-2014-MohananiRS #requirements
Requirements fixation (RM, PR, BS), pp. 895–906.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-BellowsHY #approach #design #difference #research
An Individual Differences Approach to Design Fixation: Comparing Laboratory and Field Research (BGB, JFH, RJY), pp. 13–21.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-SmithYBP #design
Shifting the Focus: An Objective Look at Design Fixation (MABS, RJY, BGB, MSP), pp. 144–151.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-MurataHO #estimation #interface
Proposal of Estimation Method of Stable Fixation Points for Eye-gaze Input Interface (AM, TH, KO), pp. 330–339.
ICPRICPR-2012-DaveDG #question
Do humans fixate on interest points? (AD, RD, BG), pp. 2784–2787.
SACSAC-2011-JohnsBSP #reliability
Reliable protection against session fixation attacks (MJ, BB, MS, JP), pp. 1531–1537.
ICPRICPR-2010-KootstraBK #segmentation #symmetry #using
Using Symmetry to Select Fixation Points for Segmentation (GK, NB, DK), pp. 3894–3897.
ICPRICPR-2010-Tagawa #eye tracking #modelling #statistics #using
Depth Perception Model Based on Fixational Eye Movements Using Bayesian Statistical Inference (NT), pp. 1662–1665.
Effects of a Dual-Task Tracking on Eye Fixation Related Potentials (EFRP) (HD, TT, KF, HT, MK, AY), pp. 599–604.
ICPRICPR-v2-2002-YeungB #analysis #mobile #towards
Towards Log-Polar Fixation for Mobile Robots — Analysis of Corner Tracking on the Log-Polar Camera (AY, NB), pp. 300–303.
ICPRICPR-1998-AhrnsN #realtime #similarity #using
Real-time monocular fixation control using the log-polar transformation and a confidence-based similarity measure (IA, HN), pp. 310–315.
ICPRICPR-1998-Liu #coordination
Determination of the point of fixation in a head-fixed coordinate system (JL), pp. 501–504.

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