Development of a Lossy Online Mouse Tracking Method for Capturing User Interaction with Web Browser Content

Fajar Purnama
58 min readSep 9, 2020

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Fajar Purnama

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  • This is a dissertation submitted to Graduate School of Science and Technology, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering in Kumamoto University, Japan, on September 2020 in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy but was not published thus the copyright remained with me “Fajar Purnama” the main author where I have the authority to repost anywhere and I claimed full responsibility detached from Kumamoto University. Except for contents marked with copyright (©), I hereby declare to license it as customized CC-BY-SA where you are also allowed to sell my contents but with a condition that you must mention that the free and open version is available here. In summary, the mention must contain the keyword “free” and “open” and the location such as the link to this content.
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Declaration of Authorship

I, Fajar PURNAMA , declare that this thesis titled, “Development of a Lossy Online Mouse Tracking Method for Capturing User Interaction with Web Browser Content” and the work presented in it are my own. This thesis is based on few of my publications and I hereby confirmed that I have permission to reuse them:

  • For my journal paper titled “Implementation of real-time online mouse tracking on overseas quiz session” (Purnama et al., 2020b), the copyright was transferred to Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature but the authors and I have been granted full permission to reuse the accepted version of the journal paper.
  • For my journal paper titled “Using real-time online preprocessed mouse tracking for lower storage and transmission costs” (Purnama and Usagawa, 2020), is open access under creative commons (CC-BY) where anyone can reuse the whole material.
  • For my proceeding paper titled “Rsync and Rdiff implementation on Moodle’s backup and restore…

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