Journal of Systems and Software: Eye Gaze and Interaction Contexts for Change Tasks – Observations and Potential

The more we know about software developers’ detailed navigation behavior for change
tasks, the better we are able to provide effective tool support. In this article, we extend our work on the fine-granular navigation behavior of developers (see blogpost) and explore the potential of the more detailed and fine-granular data by examining the use of the captured change task context to predict perceived task difficulty and to provide better and more fine-grained navigation recommendations.

 

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