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Two-Step Wavestrapping: Simulating Non-Stationary Acceleration Data in the Mobile Computing Context
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-12-16)
Measurements of acceleration provide an important source of information in understanding and predicting the movements of mobile computer users. However, collecting acceleration data can require substantial time and resources ...
Multifractal Discrimination Model of High-Frequency Pupil-diameter Measurements
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-10-10)
Multifractality present in high frequency pupil diameter measurements, usually connected with irregular scaling behavior and self-similarity, is modeled with statistical accuracy. A multifractal spectrum is used to ...
Classification of High Frequency Pupillary Responses using Schur Monotone Descriptors in Multiscale Domains
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-09-21)
This paper addresses the problem of classifying users with different visual abilities based on their pupillary response data while performing computer-based tasks. Multiscale Schur Monotone (MSM) summaries of high frequency ...