A New 2D Interaction-based Method for the Behavioral Analysis of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living

TitreA New 2D Interaction-based Method for the Behavioral Analysis of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
Type de publicationCommunication
TypeCommunication avec actes dans un congrès
Date du colloque27/02-01/03 2017
Titre du colloque1st International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Theory and Application (HUCAPP’17)
Titre des actes ou de la revue Proceedings of the 12th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications - Volume 2: HUCAPP
Pagination146 -151
AuteurVerhulst, Eulalie, Foloppe, Déborah Alexandra, Richard, Paul , Banville, Frédéric, Allain, Philippe
Mots-clés2D Interaction, Activity of Daily Living, Behavioral Analysis
Résumé en anglais

In neuropsychology, many computerized solutions have been proposed in order to assess patients’ functioning in activities of daily living, via realistic interactive simulation. In this context, most developed systems are based on simple devices, real time 2D interaction, and monoscopic 3D computer graphics environment. Behavioral analysis has drawn the interest of many domains, such as neuropsychology, ergonomics, web design, or virtual reality. However, advances on this topic remains fragmented in their respective areas. Thus, in computerized solutions applied to neuropsychology, the behavioral analysis does not take into account the data from interaction. The potential interest of computerized solutions is hence underexploited. In this paper, we propose a transdisciplinary solution, based on a finer analysis of 2D interaction data, such as stop duration. This method could reveal interesting aspects of users’ behaviors.

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