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Efficient Device Pairing Using "Human-Comparable" Synchronized Audiovisual Patterns [chapter]

Ramnath Prasad, Nitesh Saxena
Applied Cryptography and Network Security  
Our scheme does not require devices to have good transmitters or any receivers, and is based upon the device user(s) comparing short and simple synchronized audiovisual patterns, such as in the form of  ...  However, the devices can generally be connected using auxiliary physical channel(s) (such as audio, visual) that can be authenticated by the device user(s), and thus form the basis for pairing.  ...  " Audiovisual Patterns Our primary goal is to support pairing scenarios in which both devices do not have good transmitters (e.g., displays) and only at most one device has a receiver (e.g., cameras).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-68914-0_20 dblp:conf/acns/PrasadS08 fatcat:mvlk2uurtrfztdfjcfvgkmunky

39th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2016 Barcelona

2016 Perception  
device.  ...  compare objects, imagine events, or hypothesize about past and future experiences.  ...  There were three conditions: asynchronous (pre-recorded virtual arm movements didn't coincide with the actual ones), synchronous anthropomorphic and synchronous non-anthropomorphic.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0301006616671273 fatcat:el2dmsuk6zd25pedijucuexl5m

Electrical Stimulation of the Midbrain for Hearing Restoration: Insight into the Functional Organization of the Human Central Auditory System

H. H. Lim, T. Lenarz, G. Joseph, R.-D. Battmer, A. Samii, M. Samii, J. F. Patrick, M. Lenarz
2007 Journal of Neuroscience  
These limitations have motivated us to develop a new hearing prosthesis that stimulates the midbrain with a penetrating electrode array.  ...  Considering that our midbrain target is more surgically exposable than the cochlear nucleus, this argues for the use of the AMI as an alternative to the ABI.  ...  Considering that the medial olivary nucleus is enlarged whereas the lateral olivary nucleus is reduced in humans compared with animals (Moore, 1987) and only a small proportion of ipsilaterally excited  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3123-07.2007 pmid:18057212 pmcid:PMC6673101 fatcat:cwo6ndlilndbhikxo3m5bfotre

Cybersex with human- and machine-cued partners: Gratifications, shortcomings, and tensions

Jaime Banks, Joris Van Ouytsel
2020 Technology, Mind, and Behavior  
The multivariate model was not significant, indicating no difference in the dependent variables between those chatting with a partner primed as human compared to primed as chatbot: Pillai's trace F(8,  ...  Chatbot use for the purposes of cybersex requires little technical skill, and a key driver for chatbot use is efficiency of access, bypassing the need for a real-life texting partner (Döring, 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.1037/tmb0000008 fatcat:g5q7wfn7yfeqfkwrubp2ebkh5m

24th European Congress on Obesity (ECO2017), Porto, Portugal, May 17-20, 2017: Abstracts

2017 Obesity Facts  
Paired t-tests were used to compare changes in both bmi metrics according to age group and sex, and simple linear regression were used to analyze the impact of contact and weighing frequency.  ...  T4P95 Portuguese adolescents incidence of overweight and obesity and relation with access to audiovisual and playful means Oliveira, A. 1 ; Vázquez, J. 2 ; Albuquerque, C. 1 ; Oliveira, M. 3 ; Cunha, M  ...  In the offspring of HFD/overweight mothers (mice and humans) compared to offspring of ND/lean mothers, cognitive function was superior at the time of weaning, but declined at a faster rate thereafter.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000468958 pmid:28528328 pmcid:PMC5661480 fatcat:peggszxdsber3f6zhjihx4cswu

Speech comprehension and neural oscillations in acoustic and electrical hearing

Maria Pefkou, Anne-Lise Giraud Mamessier
One way to model speech processing is by using brain oscillations, which reflect the synchronous neural cortical activity originating in one or more brain regions.  ...  What makes this mechanical waveform the most elaborate means of oral communication between humans (compared to other vocalizations that have a communicative value, such as for example screams and signs  ...  Secondly, it is apparent that the most efficient temporal pattern for speech decoding is identified in the theta frequency, which corresponds to the syllabic rhythm naturally encountered in speech.  ... 
doi:10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:92148 fatcat:asdls3jswfaqhoeyjomkfri6ae