Methodologies for comparing complex computational models of eye-movement control in reading: Just fitting the data is not enough

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):499-500 (2003)
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As the number of computational models of eye-movement control in reading increases, so too will their coverage and complexity. This will make their comparison and testing increasingly challenging. We argue here that there is a need to develop a methodology for constructing and evaluating such models, and outline aspects of a possible methodology.



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