Unobtrusive Identification of Cognitive States for Improved Knowledge Acquisition
Benjamin Tag, Kazunori Sugiura
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2018 ACM INTERNATIONAL JOINT CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE AND UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2018 ACM INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WEARABLE COMPUTERS (UBICOMP/ISWC'18 ADJUNCT) | ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY | Published : 2018
One of the major steps in the evolution of Human-computer interaction (HCI) is the introduction of physiological computing. Real-time measurements and analysis of physiological signals through sensors help opening up an implicit communication channel between computers and their users. Awareness of the user's emotional and cognitive states allow computers to react and adapt in real time, and therefore potentially maximize HCI performance efficiency and communication. Ubiquitous wearable computing enables us to make use of computational power in everyday situations. This liberates experiments and applications from necessary heavy stationary devices and controlled laboratory environments. Physi..View full abstract
This research is partly sponsored by "JSPS Kiban B-Deep Learning the Human Mind - Recognising and Augmenting Cognitive Performance Fluctuations".