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A new focus on end users: eye-tracking analysis for digital libraries

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A new focus on end users: eye-tracking analysis for digital libraries. / Sykes, J.; Dobreva, M.; Birrell, D.; McCulloch, E.; Ruthven, I.; Unal, Y.; Feliciati, P.

Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. ed. / M. Lalmas; J. Jose; A. Rauber; F. Sebastiani; I. Frommholz. 6273. ed. Berlin : Springer, 2010. p. 510-513 (Lecture notes in computer science; No. 6273).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Sykes, J, Dobreva, M, Birrell, D, McCulloch, E, Ruthven, I, Unal, Y & Feliciati, P 2010, A new focus on end users: eye-tracking analysis for digital libraries. in M Lalmas, J Jose, A Rauber, F Sebastiani & I Frommholz (eds), Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. 6273 edn, Lecture notes in computer science, no. 6273, Springer, Berlin, pp. 510-513. <http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-642-15463-8/#section=761453&page=3&locus=0>

APA

Sykes, J., Dobreva, M., Birrell, D., McCulloch, E., Ruthven, I., Unal, Y., & Feliciati, P. (2010). A new focus on end users: eye-tracking analysis for digital libraries. In M. Lalmas, J. Jose, A. Rauber, F. Sebastiani, & I. Frommholz (Eds.), Research and advanced technology for digital libraries (6273 ed., pp. 510-513). (Lecture notes in computer science; No. 6273). Springer. http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-642-15463-8/#section=761453&page=3&locus=0

Vancouver

Sykes J, Dobreva M, Birrell D, McCulloch E, Ruthven I, Unal Y et al. A new focus on end users: eye-tracking analysis for digital libraries. In Lalmas M, Jose J, Rauber A, Sebastiani F, Frommholz I, editors, Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. 6273 ed. Berlin: Springer. 2010. p. 510-513. (Lecture notes in computer science; 6273).

Author

Sykes, J. ; Dobreva, M. ; Birrell, D. ; McCulloch, E. ; Ruthven, I. ; Unal, Y. ; Feliciati, P. / A new focus on end users: eye-tracking analysis for digital libraries. Research and advanced technology for digital libraries. editor / M. Lalmas ; J. Jose ; A. Rauber ; F. Sebastiani ; I. Frommholz. 6273. ed. Berlin : Springer, 2010. pp. 510-513 (Lecture notes in computer science; 6273).

Bibtex

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