Linking and Familiarity Rating Method Classifies the Music, Video Assessment Responses of EEG-Signal


Glad to share my another  Tech. Paper  published in  IJCA

Linking and Familiarity Rating Method Classifies the Music, Video Assessment Responses of EEG-Signal

 http://www.ijcaonline.org/archives/volume116/number10/20370-2577

Abstract

The most renowned strategy utilized for perusing mind movement is electroencephalography (EEG). Electroencephalography is the neurophysiologic estimation of the electrical action of the cerebrum by recording from anodes put on the scalp, or in the exceptional cases on the cortex. The ensuing follows are known as an electroencephalogram (EEG) and speak to alleged brainwaves. This system is picking up prevalence as it is a non-intrusive interface and is giving a methodology to controlling machines through contemplations. The proposed linking and familiarity rating method classifies the music, video assessment responses of EEG-Signal. The metrics namely true positive, true negative, false positive, false negative, sensitivity, specificity and classification accuracy are chosen for evaluating the performance of the proposed classifier. The simulation result shows that the proposed classifier achieves 95. 4 % accuracy which is better than other methods.

 

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World Usability Day 14 Nov, 2013, Healthcare: Collaborating for Better Systems


World Usability Day 14 Nov, 2013, Healthcare: Collaborating for Better Systems

World Usability Day 14 November, 2013, 
Healthcare: Collaborating for Better Systems
The importance of user-centered design in healthcare is truly life or death. Whether it’s new medical devices or technologies; drug research, approval or delivery; patient forms or medical record sharing; emergency disaster planning or increasing the functionality of hospitals and everyday healthcare delivery, everyone is affected in some way by the intersection of usability in healthcare. There are many commonalities, yet each region of the world faces its own set of unique challenges. We believe that focusing World Usability Day 2013 on healthcare will create a stronger awareness of these issues and lead to initiative that have long term impact on the quality of everyone’s life.
Learn More @ http://www.worldusabilityday.org/

Workshop: Many People, Many Eyes: Aggregating Influences of Visual Perception on User Interface Design


Universal Usability and Interaction Design (UUID)

CALL FOR PAPERS

Many People, Many Eyes: Aggregating Influences of Visual Perception on
User
Interface Design
A CHI 2013 workshop, with Keynote talk by Jeffrey Heer

April 28, 2013, Paris, France in conjunction with CHI 2013
(chi2013.acm.org)

Submission deadline: January 11, 2013
Website – http://seas.harvard.edu/~reinecke/manyeyes/
Email – manypeoplemanyeyes@gmail.com

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

There are many differences in how we see the world. Native Welsh
speakers,
for example, lose their ability to differentiate between green and blue
as
they acquire the language (4-month old babies can visually
differentiate,
adults cannot). Colorblindness affects around 8% of men and 0.4% of
women.
Gender modulates which designs we perceive as appealing and
trustworthy.
North Americans are relatively better at ignoring the context
surrounding a
focal object, whereas East Asians perceive such contextual information
first.
These differences affect our perception of interface designs and other
visualizations, yet two substantial questions remain: (1) How can we
provide visual…

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EuroITV 2013


Universal Usability and Interaction Design (UUID)

CALL FOR PAPERS
EuroITV 2013: Thinking Outside the Box
11th European Interactive TV Conference
June 24-26 2013, Como, Italy
http://www.euro-itv.org/

EuroITV is the leading international conference for media and
interaction
related to video and television.
During the past years, new technologies brought tremendous change to
the TV
industries by shifting the value control point from distribution to
consumption. This year’s theme “Thinking Outside the Box” is a stimulus
to
explore how these changes might affect television, by exploring new
perspectives and leveraging cross-domain synergy.

Researchers and practitioners from all over the world meet to discuss
latest advances in media technology, HCI, systems & technology, media
studies, personalization and recommender systems, and content creation
community.
We invite original, high quality papers submissions addressing how
digital
technologies open up new ways of consumption and interaction with
rich-media content.

The main conference proceedings, in cooperation with ACM, SIGCHI,
SIGWEB
and SIGMM, will be…

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Windows 8 Store–Not Very Efficient


is it that True?

Victor C. Gonzalez "The Experience of User Interfaces"

After trying for over a week to get Windows 8 to work effectively with my Dell XPS 17” Touch Screen Laptop I was finally able to do so, unfortunately I had to wipe off all of my software and do a total clean installation. I decided to just move on and go to the Microsoft windows 8 app store and to my surprise (Not really, Microsoft always does that kind of stuff) the store experience is confusing, not effective and wasteful, but the one thing that I could just not believe was the total lack of feedback to the user if an app was already installed, instead of getting a quick visual cue at the top level I had to drill down to find out the app was already installed. Seriously! add a small badged to the already installed apps please after a couple of days and weeks most users…

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