Presentation 2017-09-23
Small-World Hypothesis of Eye Movement Explaining Hick’s Law
Yoshinobu Maeda,
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Abstract(in English) It is known, as Hick’s law, that the time to find the target symbol out of many alternatives would be relatively short. In order to explain the above, the author hypothesized that the gaze position dynamics measured by the eye movements should form a small-world network on a monitor screen. If it is regarded as being correct, you can suggest that physiological dynamics of eye movements should contribute for enabling to find the target symbol swiftly.
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Keyword(in English) small involuntary eye movement / Saccade / Power-law Distribution / Levy Flight
Paper # MBE2017-37
Date of Issue 2017-09-16 (MBE)

Conference Information
Committee MBE
Conference Date 2017/9/23(1days)
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page)
Place (in English) National Institute of Technology, Nagano College
Topics (in Japanese) (See Japanese page)
Topics (in English) ME, general
Chair Kazuki Nakajima(Univ. of Toyama)
Vice Chair Masaki Kyoso(TCU)
Secretary Masaki Kyoso(Toyama Pref. Univ.)
Assistant Kim Juhyon(Univ. of Toyama) / Takumi Kobayashi(YNU)

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Registration To Technical Committee on ME and Bio Cybernetics
Language JPN
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Title (in English) Small-World Hypothesis of Eye Movement Explaining Hick’s Law
Sub Title (in English)
Keyword(1) small involuntary eye movement
Keyword(2) Saccade
Keyword(3) Power-law Distribution
Keyword(4) Levy Flight
1st Author's Name Yoshinobu Maeda
1st Author's Affiliation Niigata University(Niigata Univ.)
Date 2017-09-23
Paper # MBE2017-37
Volume (vol) vol.117
Number (no) MBE-219
Page pp.pp.15-20(MBE),
#Pages 6
Date of Issue 2017-09-16 (MBE)