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Photoplethysmogram-based cognitive load assessment using multi-feature fusion model
Zhang X., Lyu Y., Qu T., Qiu P., Luo X., Zhang J., Fan S., Shi Y. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception 16(4): 1-17, 2019. Type: Article
Physiological measures of cognitive load have become more accessible with advancements in neuro-imaging devices and wearable technology, and provide quantifiable data that previous measurement tools (for example, surveys) could not. As such, findi...
Oct 8 2021
Visuals are not what they look
Bormann K. Virtual Reality 12(2): 115-123, 2008. Type: Article
The majority of virtual environments place emphasis on the generation of high-fidelity visuals, with little emphasis placed on the generation of spatialized auditory cues, despite the fact that the inclusion of such cues may lead to higher realism...
Dec 5 2008
Protocols from perceptual observations
Needham C., Ferreira L., Magee D., Devin V., Hogg D., Cohn A. Artificial Intelligence 167(1-2): 103-136, 2005. Type: Article
This is a very interesting paper on the integration of sub-symbolic and symbolic systems. One of the main features of the described system is its ability to learn, both under unsupervised and supervised training. The authors have achieved an impor...
May 8 2006
Spatial reasoning and planning: geometry, mechanism, and motion (advanced information processing)
Liu J., Daneshmend L., Springer-Verlag, 2004. 180 pp. Type: Book (9783540406709)
This text addresses qualitative (as opposed to quantitative) spatial reasoning. Qualitative spatial reasoning and planning is considered by the authors to be a representation and methodology that is complementary to more traditional qualitative sp...
Aug 11 2004
Intelligence and security informatics
Chen H. (ed), Miranda R. (ed), Zeng D. (ed), Demchak C. (ed), Madhusudan T. (ed), Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2003. 392 pp. Type: Book (9783540401896)
This volume consists of the 34 papers and extended abstracts that make up the proceedings of the first National Science Foundation and National Institute of Justice (NSF/NIJ) Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2003), which was...
Mar 23 2004
Collisions and perception
O’Sullivan C., Dingliana J. ACM Transactions on Graphics 20(3): 151-168, 2001. Type: Article
A difficult problem in real-time animation and rendering is detecting when and where objects collide, modeling the kinematics and dynamics of the pre-collision objects, and computing an adequate collision response. Computing this with thorough phy...
May 14 2002
How to learn an unknown environment. I: the rectilinear case
Deng X., Kameda T., Papadimitriou C. Journal of the ACM 45(2): 215-245, 1998. Type: Article
The watchman route problem, introduced a decade ago by Chin and Ntafos , has proven to be a rich vein, with variations providing a series of challenges to the research community. This paper opens a new lode by initiating the exploration of onli...
Sep 1 1998
A framework for knowledge-based temporal abstraction
Shahar Y. (ed) Artificial Intelligence 90(1-2): 79-133, 1997. Type: Article
Shahar describes his research into using a knowledge-based approach to abstract higher-level concepts from time-stamped data. The approach is particularly valuable in areas where more time-stamped data is available for analysis than a user can han...
May 1 1998
Computing perceptual organization in computer vision
Sarkar S., Boyer K. (ed), World Scientific Publishing Co., Inc., River Edge, NJ, 1994.Type: Book (9789810218324)
Derived from Sarkar’s thesis, this book provides an introduction to the issues of perceptual grouping and a detailed description of one implementation of a general grouping technique. The breakdown of chapters is typical of a thesis, with an...
Mar 1 1996
On social laws for artificial agent societies
Shoham Y., Tennenholtz M. Artificial Intelligence 73(1-2): 231-252, 1995. Type: Article
Shoham and Tennenholtz have written a most interesting paper, one that may well prove to be seminal. The question they consider is one of distributed artificial intelligence, although the specific application treated is robotics. The question is &...
Mar 1 1996
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