Preface.- Introduction.- Part I: Gaze in Human Communication.- How Eye Gaze Feedback Changes Parent-child Joint Attention in Shared Storybook Reading: An Eye-tracking Intervention Study.- Shared Gaze in Situated Referential Grounding: An Empirical Study.- Automated Analysis of Mutual Gaze in Human Conversational Pairs.- Part II: Gaze-based Cognitive and Communicative Status Estimation.- REGARD: Remote Gaze-Aware Reference Detector.- Effectiveness of Gaze-based Engagement Estimation in Conversational Agents.- A Computational Approach for Prediction of Problem-solving Behavior using Support Vector Machines and Eye-tracking Data.- Part III: Gaze Awareness in HCI.- Gazing the Text for Fun and Profit.- Natural Gaze Behavior as Input Modality for Human-Computer Interaction.- Co-present or Not?: Embodiment, Situatedness and the Mona Lisa Gaze Effect.- Index.
The first book to focus on the relationship between gaze and human-computer interaction
Covers a comprehensive range of topics, providing readers with an overview of this exciting research area
Includes numerous interdisciplinary studies