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Simulation of Gravitational Waves to Observe Relativity
Educational and Scientific applications using simulations have been regarded as the most successful means of communicating a concept. These applications have been demonstrated that they engage students and the general ...
Synthesizing Naturalistic and Meaningful Speech-Driven Behaviors
Nonverbal behaviors externalized through head, face and body movements for conversational agents (CAs) play an important role in human computer interaction (HCI). Believable movements for CAs have to be meaningful and ...
Action Recognition in Continuous Data Streams Using Fusion of Depth and Inertial Sensing
Human action or gesture recognition has been extensively studied in the literature spanning a wide variety of human-computer interaction applications including gaming, surveillance, healthcare monitoring, and assistive ...
Finger-Tip Recognition for 3D Mixed Reality Applications
Developments in depth sensors like Microsoft Kinect and Leap Motion, have lead to significant improvements in systems for Human Computer Interaction (HCI). One of the several areas benefiting from this advancement is the ...
Putting Behavioral Operations to Work: Improving Firm Performance by Understanding Human Behavior
Despite increasing computerization and automation in recent decades, human labor and decision making is still crucial to many business activities. Unemployment is at record lows despite the staggering pace of technological ...
Novel Frameworks for Attribute-Based Speech Emotion Recognition using Time-Continuous Traces and Sentence-Level Annotations
Speech emotion recognition (SER) plays an important role in a growing world of automation and artificial intelligence. Robust and accurate SER systems are crucial for enhancing human-computer interaction. Emotional ...