Based solely on the temporal pattern of mouse clicks (a list of click times $[t_1,t_2,t_3,\ldots]$), is it possible to predict the computer user's activity?
For example out of: working vs spending time on Facebook vs watching photos vs playing a computer game.
If they are any more fine-grained predictions (e.g. playing StarCraft vs Counter Strike vs SimCity) then I am interested as well.
While (arguably) one can hear is someone is playing (due to fast and bursty clicks) or watching photos (equally spaced clicks), I am interested if there are any more objective findings (publications, research on blogs, etc) on that matter.
I am equally interested in the keyboard clicks (without distinguishing which key is being hit) or the combined approach (mouse + keyboard).