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ID 19672
Eprint ID
19672
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Author
Moriwaka, Makoto
Abstract
In this study, how the state of eye movement before saccade affected the response to a stimulus was explored. The state of eye movement before saccade was either smooth pursuit or fixation. The smooth pursuit was carried out both clockwise and counter-clockwise. Using an eye-tracking system, the eye movement during the experimental task was monitored. The response time to a stimulus was measured. On the basis of the eye movement data (coordinate), the eye movement velocity, the eye movement acceleration, and the latency of eye movement were obtained. When smooth pursuit was carried out before saccade, the response to a stimulus which appears as a result of saccade was faster. More concretely, the response time of smooth pursuit condition was faster than that of fixation condition. The latency of the smooth pursuit condition tended to be faster than that of the fixation condition. Some implications for the application of the results to the traffic safety or automotive ergonomics were given.
Published Date
2009-11-10
Publication Title
Proceedings : Fifth International Workshop on Computational Intelligence & Applications
Volume
volume2009
Issue
issue1
Publisher
IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter
Start Page
182
End Page
185
ISSN
1883-3977
NCID
BB00577064
Content Type
Conference Paper
language
英語
Copyright Holders
IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter
Event Title
5th International Workshop on Computational Intelligence & Applications IEEE SMC Hiroshima Chapter : IWCIA 2009
Event Location
東広島市
Event Location Alternative
Higashi-Hiroshima City
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publisher
Refereed
True
Eprints Journal Name
IWCIA