Eye voice span in agglutinative languages A case study in Turkish poster abstract



Eye movement control in Turkish Word length and morphological complexity effects on fixation landing positions poster abstract
Deniz, Ozan; Fal, Mehmetcan; Bozkurt, Ufuk; Acartürk, Cengiz (2015-08-21)
Eye Movement Control in Turkish Word Length and Morphological Complexity Effects on Fixation Landing Positions
Acartürk, Cengiz; Kırkıcı, Bilal (null; 2015-08-21)
Eye movement control in Turkish sentence reading.
Özkan, Ayşegül; Beken Fikri, Figen; Kırkıcı, Bilal; Kliegl, Reinhold; Acartürk, Cengiz (SAGE Publications, 2020-10-21)
Reading requires the assembly of cognitive processes across a wide spectrum from low-level visual perception to high-level discourse comprehension. One approach of unravelling the dynamics associated with these processes is to determine how eye movements are influenced by the characteristics of the text, in particular which features of the words within the perceptual span maximise the information intake due to foveal, spillover, parafoveal, and predictive processing. One way to test the generalisability of ...
Eye movement control in Turkish reading: a corpus-analytic approach
Beken Fikri, Figen; Acartürk, Cengiz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2015)
In this thesis, the eye movement parameters during Turkish reading were examined in terms of the characteristics of the words. These eye movement parameters were first fixation landing position, first fixation duration, gaze duration, refixation probability and skipping probability. The text characteristics were specified by word length, launch site, word frequency, and word predictability. A corpus-analytic approach was employed in order to achieve a general picture of Turkish reading patterns. The analyse...
Eye tracking for interactive accessibility: a usability analysis of communication interfaces
Arslan, Kaan Sergen; Acartürk, Cengiz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020)
At the late stages of ALS, i.e., Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, individuals may lose their ability to speak, eat, move, and even breathe without ventilator support. Alternative modalities of communication, such as gaze, may have a potential to provide a communication interface that may increase the quality of life in cases as such. This study aims at developing interactive interfaces for gaze-based communication, and it reports a small-scale usability analysis for a comparison of the interfaces. In particul...
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S. Turan and C. Acartürk, “Eye voice span in agglutinative languages A case study in Turkish poster abstract,” 2013, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://www.jemr.org/online/6/3.