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Quantifying and processing biomedical and behavioral signals

Author: Anna Esposito; Marcos Faúndez Zanuy; F C Morabito; Eros Pasero
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
Series: Smart innovation, systems, and technologies, 103.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book is based on interdisciplinary research on various aspects and dynamics of human multimodal signal exchanges. It discusses realistic application scenarios where human interaction is the focus, in order to identify new methods for data processing and data flow coordination through synchronization, and optimization of new encoding features combining contextually enacted communicative signals, and develop  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anna Esposito; Marcos Faúndez Zanuy; F C Morabito; Eros Pasero
ISBN: 9783319950952 3319950959
OCLC Number: 1049149795
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 274 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: A Human-Centered Behavioral Informatics --
Wearable Devices for Self-Enhancement and Improvement of Plasticity: Effects on Neurocognitive Efficiency --
Age and Culture Effects on The Ability to Decode Affective Bursts --
N200 ERP Component in Olfactory and Haptic Crossmodal Perception --
Handwriting and Drawing Features for Detecting Negative Moods --
Oressinergic System: Network Between Sympathetic System and Exercise --
Experimental Analysis of In-Air Trajectories at Long Distances in Online Handwriting --
Kendon Model-Based Gesture Recognition Using Hidden Markov Model and Learning Vector Quantization --
A Neural Network to Identify Driving Habits and Compute Car-Sharing Users' Reputation --
Unsupervised Gene Identification in Colorectal Cancer --
Supervised Gene Identification In Colorectal Cancer --
Intelligent Quality Assessment of Geometrical Features for 3D Face Recognition --
A Novel Deep Learning Approach in Hematology for Classification of Leucocytes.
Series Title: Smart innovation, systems, and technologies, 103.
Responsibility: Anna Esposito, Marcos Faundez-Zanuy, Francesco Carlo Morabito, Eros Pasero, editors.

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The book is based on interdisciplinary research on various aspects and dynamics of human multimodal signal exchanges. It discusses realistic application scenarios where human interaction is the focus, in order to identify new methods for data processing and data flow coordination through synchronization, and optimization of new encoding features combining contextually enacted communicative signals, and develop shared digital data repositories and annotation standards for benchmarking the algorithmic feasibility and successive implementation of believable human-computer interaction (HCI) systems. This book is a valuable resource for a. the research community, PhD students, early stage researchers c. schools, hospitals, and rehabilitation and assisted-living centers e. the ICT market, and representatives from multimedia industries.

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