IE 5630: Biosensor and Human Behavior Measurement
Lecture - 4 credits
- Emphasizes the measurement of human behavior in complex human-machine interaction.
- Topics include introduction of complex human-machine interactions; research methods in complex human-machine interactions; various kinds of human psychophysiological signals/cues, including physiological cues, facial expressions, eye-gaze movement, head movement, contextual cues; human cues and behavior relationship; transducers and measurement for these human cues/signals; basic principles of biosensors; general classification of biosensors; current technologies for building biosensors; conventional transducers and new technologies including micro-/nanotechnology; general systematic design process for biosensors; application of biosensors to understand human behavior in human-machine interactions.
- Also introduces the latest relevant research advancements in sensor fusion, affective computing, and emotion recognition.
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