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.

 

4 forgotten principles of usability testing


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Usability testing is an expertise. It’s not just about sitting users in front of your website and ask them “So, what do you think?”

David Travis pictures for us 4 principles that should always be taken into account when it comes to usability testing.

So, are the UX people you hired applying these principles?

Source: David Travis, User Focus

Senthil Kumar Babu‘s insight:

oops…

See on www.userfocus.co.uk

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/

Jakob Nielsen’s Heuristic Evaluation


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(This picture is a summary of Nielsen’s Heuristic in usability. Source: http://uxdesign.smashingmagazine.com/2012/05/23/the-history-of-usability-from-simplicity-to-complexity/)

Visibility of system status:

Match between system and the real world:

User control and freedom:

Consistency and standards:

Error prevention:

Recognition rather than recall:

Flexibility and efficiency of use:

Aesthetic and minimalist design:

Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors:

Help and documentation:

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heuristic_evaluation

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[Series] So What Do You Do? Interning for Government Website Usability


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This post is part of a new series called “So What Do You Do?” in which LIS students talk about their experiences as interns. We want to showcase the wide range of things people are doing in the world of library and information science.

Tell us a bit about yourself.

My name is Steve Ammidown, and I’m a student in the Archives, Records and Information Management specialization at the University of Maryland’s iSchool.  My undergraduate background is in sociology and gender studies; prior to that I spent nine years working in the corporate sector as a paralegal and office administrator.

So what do you do?

I’m just finishing up as a Usability and User Experience intern at the U.S. General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies (and people wonder why acronyms are so popular in the federal government?) here in Washington, D.C.

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