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  • Presentation Agents That Adapt to Users' Visual Interest and Follow Their Preferences

    This research proposes an interactive presentation system that employs eye gaze as an intuitive and unobtrusive input modality. Eye movements are an excellent clue to users' attention, visual interest, and preference. By analyzing and interpreting eye behavior in real-time, our system can adapt to the current (visual) interest state of the user, and thus provide a more personalized and 'attentive' experience of the presentation. The system implements a virtual presentation room, where researc...

    Detection of Cardiac Geometry via Difference Intensity of Echocardiogram Images

    Echocardiogram is an ultrasound image of the heart that demonstrates the size, motion and composition of cardiac structures and is also used to diagnose various abnormalities of the heart including abnormal chamber size, shape and congenital heart disease. Echocardiography provides important morphological and functional details of the heart. Most of the presented automatic cardiac disease recognition systems that use echocardiograms based on defective anatomical region detection. In this pape...

    A Three-Level Computational Attention Model

    This article deals with a biologically-motivated three-level computational attention model architecture based on the rarity and the information theory framework. It mainly focuses on a low-level step which aims in fastly highlighting important areas and a middle-level step which analyses the behaviour of the detected areas. Their application on both still images and videos provide results to be used by the third high-level step.

    COMBINE Archive Specification Version 1

    Several standard formats have been proposed that can be used to describe models, simulations, data or other essential information in a consistent fashion. These constitute various separate components required to reproduce a given published scientific result. The Open Modeling EXchange format (OMEX) supports the exchange of all the information necessary for a modeling and simulation experiment in biology. An OMEX file is a ZIP container that includes a manifest file, an optional metadata file,...
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