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ICRA
2003
IEEE
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Visual transformations in gesture imitation: what you see is what you do
We propose an approach for a robot to imitate the gestures of a human demonstrator. Our framework consists solely of two components: a Sensory-Motor Map (SMM) and a View-Point Tra...
Manuel Cabido-Lopes, José Santos-Victor
IVA
2005
Springer
11 years 7 months ago
Do You See What Eyes See? Implementing Inattentional Blindness
Abstract. This paper presents a computational model of visual attention incorporating a cognitive imperfection known as inattentional blindness. We begin by presenting four factors...
Erdan Gu, Catherine Stocker, Norman I. Badler
CHI
2009
ACM
12 years 2 months ago
What do you see when you're surfing?: using eye tracking to predict salient regions of web pages
An understanding of how people allocate their visual attention when viewing Web pages is very important for Web authors, interface designers, advertisers and others. Such knowledg...
Georg Buscher, Edward Cutrell, Meredith Ringel Mor...
CHI
2003
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Can you see what i hear?: the design and evaluation of a peripheral sound display for the deaf
We developed two visual displays for providing awareness of environmental audio to deaf individuals. Based on fieldwork with deaf and hearing participants, we focused on supportin...
F. Wai-ling Ho-Ching, Jennifer Mankoff, James A. L...
CACM
2000
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Visual Generalization in Programming by Example
In Programming by Example [PBE, also sometimes called "Programming by Demonstration"] systems, the system records actions performed by a user in the interface, and produ...
Robert St. Amant, Henry Lieberman, Richard Potter,...
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