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American Sign Language Words Recognition using Spatio-Temporal Prosodic and Angle Features: A sequential learning approach

Sunusi Bala Abdullahi, Kosin Chamnongthai
2022 IEEE Access  
Most of the available American Sign Language (ASL) words share similar characteristics.  ...  This algorithm is designed to train 3D hand skeletal information of motion and orientation angle features learned from the leap motion controller (LMC).  ...  We are also grateful to the anonymous IEEE Access reviewers for their potential reviews and insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3148132 fatcat:wkaj6r4sdbgwdix4iujtqga3ni

Semantic Proximity and Shape Feature Integration Effects in Visual Agnosia for Biological Kinds

1999 Brain and Cognition  
Two experiments involving synthetic shapes, a visual classification task and a picture-word matching task, were conducted with IL and 5 neurologically intact subjects.  ...  We investigated the case of IL, a patient who suffers from CSVA, in order to examine the relationship between structural and semantic knowledge.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was supported by Grant 130721 of the Croatian Ministry for science and technology.  ... 
doi:10.1006/brcg.1998.1067 pmid:10373286 fatcat:nou5wyc2pzf23oij2fxkiqb4be

ASL Trigger Recognition in Mixed Activity/Signing Sequences for RF Sensor-Based User Interfaces [article]

Emre Kurtoglu, Ali C. Gurbuz, Evie A. Malaia, Darrin Griffin, Chris Crawford, Sevgi Z. Gurbuz
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The proposed approach achieves a trigger sign detection rate of 98.9% and a classification accuracy of 92% for 15 ASL words and 3 gross motor activities.  ...  The proposed approach exploits multiple RF data domain representations (time-frequency, range-Doppler, and range-angle) for sequential classification of mixed motion data streams.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was funded in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Awards #1932547, #1931861, and #1734938.  ... 
arXiv:2111.05480v3 fatcat:ofjknvlxwja65cr3rihcv4izvy

Emotion recognition in human-computer interaction

R. Cowie, E. Douglas-Cowie, N. Tsapatsoulis, G. Votsis, S. Kollias, W. Fellenz, J.G. Taylor
2001 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
His present research interests are: neural networks, industrial applications, dynamics of learning processes, stochastic neural chips and their applications and higher cognitive brain processes including  ...  Acknowledgment This work has been supported by the Training Mobility and Research project "PHYSTA: Principled Hybrid systems: Theory and Applications," 1998-2001, contract FMRX-CT97-0098 (EC DG 12). and  ...  Prosodic features for each turn were measured using AS-SESS.  ... 
doi:10.1109/79.911197 fatcat:mnivent4gbdfzg2axmvjzlkq64

Psycho-computational modelling of the mental lexicon [chapter]

Vito Pirrelli, Claudia Marzi, Marcello Ferro, Franco Alberto Cardillo, Harald R. Baayen, Petar Milin
2020 Word Knowledge and Word Usage  
Acknowledgments: We gratefully acknowledge the European Science Foundation Research Networking Programmes, and the former ESF Standing Committee for the Humanities for their great foresight and support  ...  We express our hope that similar programmes will continue to be launched and funded in Europe in the years to come.  ...  word recognition and production.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110440577-002 fatcat:3gntrjuqefg3fk64dvgw253p2i

Papers read at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society

1975 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
by children, and the most useful . most codable. and most coded categories in language.  ...  University ofOlclahoma-A chimpanzee was tested on his ability to express novel and familiar prepositional relationships in sign language.  ...  MilIer)-Rabbits were given differential conditioning and reversal using auditory stimuli as CSs and shock as UCS.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03333213 fatcat:pwodzidaqfet5k4dbhncpvud2q

Modern Views of Machine Learning for Precision Psychiatry [article]

Zhe Sage Chen, Prathamesh Kulkarni, Isaac R. Galatzer-Levy, Benedetta Bigio, Carla Nasca, Yu Zhang
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are playing an increasingly critical role in the new era of precision psychiatry.  ...  We further discuss explainable AI (XAI) and causality testing in a closed-human-in-the-loop manner, and highlight the ML potential in multimedia information extraction and multimodal data fusion.  ...  Acknowledgments The research was partially supported from the US National Science Foundation (CBET-1835000 to Z.S.C.), the National Institutes of Health (R01-NS121776 and R01-MH118928 to Z.S.C.).  ... 
arXiv:2204.01607v2 fatcat:coo557v2jzh6debycy3mhccfze

Laurence R. Horn & Yasuhiko Kato (eds.), Negation and polarity: syntactic and semantic perspectives. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Pp. ix+271

PAUL ROWLETT
2002 Journal of Linguistics  
He asserts that ' [t]he neural bases of manual sign language clearly are more primitive, since chimpanzees can master childlike ASL [American Sign Language] ' ().  ...  At least one pidgin language without a lexifier is attested, namely the interethnic sign language of the American Prairies, but the pidgin precursor of ISN seems to be one not only without a lexifier,  ...  These well-motivated prosodic concepts are then used in the following chapter, on prosodic morphology, to explain the distribution of the -heit\-keit allomorphs, the participial prefix ge-and the prefix  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022226702251919 fatcat:jv7c5zw5creljmcbq6zfjaedke

Abstracts Presented at the Seventeenth Annual International Neuropsychological Society European Conference June 22–25, 1994 Angers, France

1995 Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society  
The comparison of span for short and long words in both the auditory and visual modalities evidenced a word length effect: short words yielding better recall than long words.  ...  A practical approach to memory rehabilitation is very briefly described.  ...  The scores providing the least overlap between patient and normals were the discrepancy between list learning over 5 trials and recognition memory for words, and between recognition memory for words and  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355617700001855 fatcat:v6roflhrk5cqlexxaefymbfutq

Abstracts Presented at the Nineteenth Annual International Neuropsychological Society Mid-Year Conference June 19–22, 1996 Veldhoven, The Netherlands

1996 Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society  
The "Quick Diagnostic Reading Test" allows a quick experimental exploration of global "semantic access" and sequential "phonological assembly" by using minimum pairs of high-frequency sight words from  ...  "Quick Diagnostic Reading Test": Five-Minute Process-Oriented Exploration of Word-Reading Approaches in Normal and Disabled Readers.  ...  A computerized EEG approach, resulting in spectra and coherences, was used to investigate spatio-temporal organization of hcmisphcrically distributed neural systems of the respective groups.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355617700001119 fatcat:np6lkp5vpvev3pbxomgtjcemta

Speech Sound Disorders in Children: An Articulatory Phonology Perspective

Aravind Kumar Namasivayam, Deirdre Coleman, Aisling O'Dwyer, Pascal van Lieshout
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Speech Sound Disorders (SSDs) is a generic term used to describe a range of difficulties producing speech sounds in children (McLeod and Baker, 2017).  ...  We present evidence supporting the notion of articulatory gestures at the level of speech production and as reflected in control processes in the brain and discuss how an articulatory "gesture"-based approach  ...  Children with CAS demonstrate higher lip-jaw spatio-temporal variability with increasing utterance complexity (e.g., word length: mono-, bi-, and tri-syllabic) and greater lip aperture variability relative  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02998 pmid:32047453 pmcid:PMC6997346 fatcat:uajrid27xrdsdgjqw2acstrspe

Adsorption and diffusion on a stepped surface: Atomic hydrogen on Pt(211)

R. A. Olsen, Ş. C. Bădescu, S. C. Ying, E. J. Baerends
2004 Journal of Chemical Physics  
Prosodic features are extracted to represent duration, pitch, and energy, with different normalization, and modeled using machine learning techniques.  ...  As the first recognition result contains recognition errors, we developed a method to exclude the misrecognized words using word-based confidence score and similarities between keywords.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.1755664 pmid:15268219 fatcat:qgbl7hbggvan7eyuyiow2d4yhy

Auralization of an orchestra using multichannel and multisource technique

Michelle C. Vigeant, Lily M. Wang, Jens Holger Rindel
2006 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Prosodic features are extracted to represent duration, pitch, and energy, with different normalization, and modeled using machine learning techniques.  ...  As the first recognition result contains recognition errors, we developed a method to exclude the misrecognized words using word-based confidence score and similarities between keywords.  ...  Single element synthetic aperture using an ocean glider. Georges A. Dossot, James H. Miller, Kristy A.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4787034 fatcat:brilcvuxpbgdvpdfzwovehoary

A transparency model and its applications for simulation of reflector arrays and sound transmission

Claus Lynge Christensen, Jens Holger Rindel
2006 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Prosodic features are extracted to represent duration, pitch, and energy, with different normalization, and modeled using machine learning techniques.  ...  As the first recognition result contains recognition errors, we developed a method to exclude the misrecognized words using word-based confidence score and similarities between keywords.  ...  Single element synthetic aperture using an ocean glider. Georges A. Dossot, James H. Miller, Kristy A.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4786982 fatcat:uh2zucni3zaa5nnkivc5sh5tpq

The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment

Riccardo Fusaroli, Paolo Demuru, Anna M. Borghi
2009 Cognitive Semiotics  
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements During the writing of this paper, Sanneke de Haan was supported by the EU Marie Curie Research Training Network 035975 DISCOS (Disorders and Coherence of the Embodied  ...  For various reasons, a spatio-temporally extended stretch of movement suddenly stands out as a unitary expressive whole -a stroke -that is unified by some kind of meaning.  ...  One peculiar feature of the coordination of this particular word with bodily movements is that it often comes in temporal coordination with some sort of retraction, rather than a stroke.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cogsem.2009.4.1.1 fatcat:qngyzbwo5jgdbfoi6loxnxbly4
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