Emotions have an impact to almost all decisions. They affect our choices and are activated as feedback during the decision process. This work aims at investigating whether behavior patterns can be learned and used to predict the user’s choice. Specifically, we focused on pairwise image comparisons in a preference elicitation experiment, and exploited a Process Mining approach to learn preferences. We proposed and evaluated a strategy based on experienced emotions and gaze behaviour, whose results show promising prediction performance.

Predicting user preference in pairwise comparisons based on emotions and gaze

Angelastro S.;De Carolis B.;Ferilli S.
2019

Abstract

Emotions have an impact to almost all decisions. They affect our choices and are activated as feedback during the decision process. This work aims at investigating whether behavior patterns can be learned and used to predict the user’s choice. Specifically, we focused on pairwise image comparisons in a preference elicitation experiment, and exploited a Process Mining approach to learn preferences. We proposed and evaluated a strategy based on experienced emotions and gaze behaviour, whose results show promising prediction performance.
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