Cursor Movement – a Valuable Indicator in Intelligent System Design

Versavia Ancusa, Ciprian-Maniu Dragoe


Systems that react to emotional information allow for better satisfaction of the user’s needs, stated or otherwise. Special support should be built-in, in order to read and measure the timevariable user’s affective state. This paper presents how cursor movement can accurately measure two basic emotional states and introduces a way to measure the emotional flow graph of an application, which allows for better user design.


emotional state, cursor movement, hypnosis, complex network, design

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