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CHI
2007
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Dynamic detection of novice vs. skilled use without a task model
If applications were able to detect a user's expertise, then software could automatically adapt to better match expertise. Detecting expertise is difficult because a user...
Amy Hurst, Scott E. Hudson, Jennifer Mankoff
ISMAR
2009
IEEE
10 years 15 days ago
Real-time in-situ visual feedback of task performance in mixed environments for learning joint psychomotor-cognitive tasks
This paper proposes an approach to mixed environment training of manual tasks requiring concurrent use of psychomotor and cognitive skills. To train concurrent use of both skill s...
Aaron Kotranza, D. Scott Lind, Carla M. Pugh, Benj...
PRESENCE
2008
185views more  PRESENCE 2008»
9 years 5 months ago
Pilot Evaluation Study of a Virtual Paracentesis Simulator for Skill Training and Assessment: The Beneficial Effect of Haptic Di
Effective, real-time training of health care professionals in invasive procedures is a challenging task. Furthermore, assessing in practice the acquisition of the dexterity and sk...
Costas S. Tzafestas, Kostas Birbas, Yiannis Koumpo...
VRST
2006
ACM
9 years 11 months ago
Intuitively specifying object dynamics in virtual environments using VR-WISE
Designing and building Virtual Environments is not an easy task, especially when it comes to specifying object behavior where either knowledge about animation techniques or progra...
Bram Pellens, Frederic Kleinermann, Olga De Troyer
ICMI
2009
Springer
171views Biometrics» more  ICMI 2009»
10 years 12 days ago
Static vs. dynamic modeling of human nonverbal behavior from multiple cues and modalities
Human nonverbal behavior recognition from multiple cues and modalities has attracted a lot of interest in recent years. Despite the interest, many research questions, including th...
Stavros Petridis, Hatice Gunes, Sebastian Kaltwang...
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