For the DCU Eye Tracking SIG, click here (password protected)
Eye tracking is a research method/tool used by several CTTS researchers in areas of human-computer interaction, usability, psychology, and translation process studies.
Please find the access policy for eye tracking in the CTTS here: Access Policy for Eye Tracker.
Examples of eye tracking in our research can be found in:
- Doherty, S. & O’Brien, S. 2012. A user-based usability assessment of raw machine translated technical instructions. AMTA-2012: the Tenth Biennial Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas. Proceedings, San Diego, CA, October 28 – November 1, 2012; 6pp.
- Doherty, S. 2012. Investigating the effects of controlled language on the reading and comprehension of machine translated texts: a mixed-methods approach. PhD Thesis, Dublin City University.
- O’Brien, S. 2010. Eye tracking in translation process research: methodological challenges and solutions. Copenhagen Studies In Language, 38, pp251-266.
- Doherty, S., O’Brien, S. & Carl, M. 2010. Eye tracking as an MT evaluation technique.Machine Translation, 24, 1, pp1-13.
- Caffrey, C. 2009. Relevant abuse? Investigating the effects of an abusive subtitling procedure on the perception of TV anime using eye tracker and questionnaire. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
- O’Brien, S. 2008. Processing fuzzy matches in Translation Memory tools: an eye-tracking analysis. Copenhagen Studies In Language, 36, Looking at Eyes: Eye Tracking Studies of Reading and Translation Processing, pp79-102.