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Cognitive Infocommunications, Theory and Applications

  • Ryszard Klempous
  • Jan Nikodem
  • Péter Zoltán Baranyi

Part of the Topics in Intelligent Engineering and Informatics book series (TIEI, volume 13)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Bertram Wortelen, Anirudh Unni, Jochem W. Rieger, Andreas Lüdtke, Jan-Patrick Osterloh
    Pages 25-48
  3. Zsolt Győző Török, Ágoston Török
    Pages 49-77
  4. Raffaele Sperandeo, Mauro Maldonato, Enrico Moretto, Silvia Dell’Orco
    Pages 79-90
  5. Firoj Alam, Morena Danieli, Giuseppe Riccardi
    Pages 109-130
  6. Jon Irastorza, María Inés Torres
    Pages 131-151
  7. Milan Rusko, Marián Trnka, Sakhia Darjaa, Jakub Rajčáni, Michael Finke, Tim Stelkens-Kobsch
    Pages 177-199
  8. Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Paul A. Wilson
    Pages 201-225
  9. Antonino Crivello, Filippo Palumbo, Paolo Barsocchi, Davide La Rosa, Franco Scarselli, Monica Bianchini
    Pages 227-252
  10. Jozsef Katona, Tibor Ujbanyi, Gergely Sziladi, Attila Kovari
    Pages 253-275
  11. László Jaksa, Illés Nigicser, Balázs Szabó, Dénes Ákos Nagy, Péter Galambos, Tamás Haidegger
    Pages 277-304
  12. Ábel Garai, István Péntek, Attila Adamkó
    Pages 305-328
  13. Tibor Ujbanyi, Gergely Sziladi, Jozsef Katona, Attila Kovari
    Pages 329-347
  14. Grzegorz Bocewicz, Ryszard Klempous, Zbigniew Banaszak
    Pages 391-410
  15. Aline Dobrovsky, Uwe M. Borghoff, Marko Hofmann
    Pages 411-432
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 459-462

About this book

Introduction

The book gathers the chapters of Cognitive InfoCommunication research relevant to a variety of application areas, including data visualization, emotion expression, brain-computer interfaces or speech technologies. It provides an overview of the kind of cognitive capabilities that are being analyzed and developed. Based on this common ground, it may become possible to see new opportunities for synergy among disciplines that were heretofore viewed as being separate.

Cognitive InfoCommunication begins by modeling human cognitive states and aptitudes in order to better understand what the user of a system is capable of comprehending and doing. The patterns of exploration and the specific tools that are described can certainly be of interest and of great relevance for all researchers who focus on modeling human states and aptitudes.

This innovative research area provides answers to the latest challenges in influence of cognitive states and aptitudes in order to facilitate learning or generally improve performance in certain cognitive tasks such as decision making. Some capabilities are purely human, while others are purely artificial, but in general this distinction is rarely clear-cut. Therefore, when discussing new human cognitive capabilities, the technological background which makes them possible cannot be neglected, and indeed often plays a central role.

This book highlights the synergy between various fields that are perfectly fit under the umbrella of CogInfoCom and contribute to understanding and developing new, human-artificial intelligence hybrid capabilities. These, merged capabilities are currently appearing, and the importance of the role they play in everyday life are unique to the cognitive entity generation that is currently growing up.

Keywords

Cognitive Infocommunication Deep Rectifier Neural Nets Real-Time Workload Estimation Cognitive Architecture Cognitive Data Visualization Executive Functions and Personality Prediction of Gestures Affective Scenes Labeling Tracking the Expression of Annoyance Modeling of Filled Pauses and Prolongations spontaneous speech recognition surgical skill training eye-tracking in computer exam test

Editors and affiliations

  • Ryszard Klempous
    • 1
  • Jan Nikodem
    • 2
  • Péter Zoltán Baranyi
    • 3
  1. 1.Faculty of ElectronicsWrocław University of Science and TechnologyWrocławPoland
  2. 2.Faculty of ElectronicsWrocław University of Science and TechnologyWrocławPoland
  3. 3.Széchenyi István UniversityGyőrHungary

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