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    • Estimation of mental workload using saccadic eye movements in a free-viewing task 

      Tokuda, Satoru; Obinata, Goro; Palmer, Evan M.; Chaparro, Alex (IEEE, 2011-07)
      This study proposes a new method to automatically estimate a person's mental workload (MWL) using a specific type of eye movements called saccadic intrusions (SI). Previously, the most accurate existing method to estimate ...
    • Frequency characteristics of eye movements during a cognitively demanding task 

      Tokuda, Satoru; Obinata, Goro; Palmer, Evan M.; Chaparro, Alex (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-09)
      This study investigated the relation between cognitive load (CL) and eye movement frequency characteristics. Previously, eye gaze has been known to have more gaze deviation when the person is engaged in a cognitively ...
    • An investigation into the relationship between saccadic intrusion and mental workload 

      Tokuda, Satoru (Wichita State University, 2009-12)
      This dissertation reports a new method for estimating mental workload (MWL) using a specific type of eye movement called saccadic intrusions (SIs). These studies demonstrate in laboratory conditions that there is a ...
    • Using saccadic intrusions to quantify mental workload 

      Tokuda, Satoru; Palmer, Evan M.; Merkle, Edgar C.; Chaparro, Alex (Sage, 2009-10)
      This study proposes a new method to quantify mental workload (MWL) automatically, without interfering with the operator's primary task performance. An unobtrusive Tobii eye tracker recorded eye movements while participants ...