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Eye-based continuous affect prediction.
(IEEE Xplore, 2019-12)
Eye-based information channels include the pupils, gaze, saccades, fixational movements, and numerous forms of eye opening and closure. Pupil size variation indicates cognitive load and emotion, while a person's gaze ...
HLAF: heterogeneous-latency adaptive forwarding strategy for peer-assisted video streaming in NDN.
Named Data Networking (NDN) is a promising Future Internet architecture to support efficient content distribution. Specifically, P2P may gain benefits from NDN, as NDN inherently provides a flexible forwarding plane for ...
Continuous affect prediction using eye gaze and speech.
Affective computing research traditionally focused on labeling a person's emotion as one of a discrete number of classes e.g. happy or sad. In recent times, more attention has been given to continuous affect prediction ...
A comparative study of machine learning techniques for emotion recognition from peripheral physiological signals.
Recent developments in wearable technology have led to increased research interest in using peripheral physiological signals for emotion recognition. The non-invasive nature of peripheral physiological signal measurement ...
A quality of experience evaluation of an immersive virtual reality application developed to assess spatial auditory ability. [Poster].
(Athlone Institute of Technology, 2019)
In recent years, virtual reality (VR) technology has proven to be a powerful tool to create immersive environments with high quality visual and auditory experiences. Moreover, it can be used as an effective application ...