Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions

Pomplun M, Carbone E, Koesling H, Sichelschmidt L, Ritter H (2003)
Cognitive Science.

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Two experiments on visual scanning strategies are reported in this article. In Experiment 1, subjects were presented with random distributions of identical dots. The task was to look exactly once at each dot, with a starting dot specified. This setting allowed a quantitative analysis of scan-path structures and hence made it possible to compare empirical scan paths to computer-generated ones.
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Pomplun M, Carbone E, Koesling H, Sichelschmidt L, Ritter H. Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions. Cognitive Science. 2003.
Pomplun, M., Carbone, E., Koesling, H., Sichelschmidt, L., & Ritter, H. (2003). Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions. Cognitive Science.
Pomplun, M., Carbone, E., Koesling, H., Sichelschmidt, L., and Ritter, H. (2003). Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions. Cognitive Science.
Pomplun, M., et al., 2003. Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions. Cognitive Science.
M. Pomplun, et al., “Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions”, Cognitive Science, 2003.
Pomplun, M., Carbone, E., Koesling, H., Sichelschmidt, L., Ritter, H.: Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions. Cognitive Science. (2003).
Pomplun, Marc, Carbone, Elena, Koesling, Hendrik, Sichelschmidt, Lorenz, and Ritter, Helge. “Modelling serial scanning strategies in two-dimensional object distributions”. Cognitive Science (2003).
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