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ICMI
2005
Springer
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Recognition of sign language subwords based on boosted hidden Markov models
Sign language recognition (SLR) plays an important role in human-computer interaction (HCI), especially for the convenient communication between deaf and hearing society. How to e...
Liang-Guo Zhang, Xilin Chen, Chunli Wang, Yiqiang ...
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Hapticat: exploration of affective touch
This paper describes the Hapticat , a device we developed to study affect through touch. Though intentionally not highly zoomorphic, the device borrows behaviors from pets and th...
Steve Yohanan, Mavis Chan, Jeremy Hopkins, Haibo S...
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Inferring body pose using speech content
Untethered multimodal interfaces are more attractive than tethered ones because they are more natural and expressive for interaction. Such interfaces usually require robust vision...
Sy Bor Wang, David Demirdjian
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Region extraction of a gaze object using the gaze point and view image sequences
Analysis of the human gaze is a basic way to investigate human attention. Similarly, the view image of a human being includes the visual information of what he/she pays attention ...
Norimichi Ukita, Tomohisa Ono, Masatsugu Kidode
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Synthetic characters as multichannel interfaces
  Synthetic characters are an effective modality to convey messages  to  the  user,  provide  visual  feedback  about  the  system  internal  understanding of...
Elena Not, Koray Balci, Fabio Pianesi, Massimo Zan...
ICMI
2005
Springer
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A joint particle filter for audio-visual speaker tracking
In this paper, we present a novel approach for tracking a lecturer during the course of his speech. We use features from multiple cameras and microphones, and process them in a jo...
Kai Nickel, Tobias Gehrig, Rainer Stiefelhagen, Jo...
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Perceiving ordinal data haptically under workload
Visual information overload is a threat to the interpretation of displays presenting large data sets or complex application environments. To combat this problem, researchers have ...
Anthony Tang, Peter McLachlan, Karen Lowe, Chalapa...
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Contextual recognition of head gestures
Head pose and gesture offer several key conversational grounding cues and are used extensively in face-to-face interaction among people. We investigate how dialog context from an ...
Louis-Philippe Morency, Candace L. Sidner, Christo...
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Gaze-based selection of standard-size menu items
With recent advances in eye tracking technology, eye gaze gradually gains acceptance as a pointing modality. Its relatively low accuracy, however, determines the need to use enlar...
Oleg Spakov, Darius Miniotas
ICMI
2005
Springer
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Augmenting conversational dialogue by means of latent semantic googling
This paper presents Latent Semantic Googling, a variant of Landauer’s Latent Semantic Indexing that uses the Google search engine to judge the semantic closeness of sets of word...
Robin Senior, Roel Vertegaal
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