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Evaluation of Realistic Sensation Using Biological Reaction Measurements for Food Videos Presented by KMMD

Keisuke Tomono, Yutaka Ishibashi, Akira Tomono
2021 Sensors  
Two types of "sukiyaki" food videos were presented to subjects using this device, and a method for objectively evaluating the realistic sensation of the food videos was examined using biological reaction  ...  The sukiyaki scent was added to one type of video to improve appetite.  ...  Acknowledgments: This research was supported mainly by the School of Information and Telecommunication Engineering (Tokai University, Tokyo, Japan).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21227670 pmid:34833753 pmcid:PMC8626014 fatcat:ki2zybhai5dqbmqk72uuaqw47q

RhythmNet: End-to-end Heart Rate Estimation from Face via Spatial-temporal Representation [article]

Xuesong Niu and Shiguang Shan and Hu Han and Xilin Chen
2019 arXiv   pre-print
id=15'), which contains 2,378 visible light videos (VIS) and 752 near-infrared (NIR) videos of 107 subjects.  ...  We also take into account the relationship of adjacent HR measurements from a video sequence via Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU) and achieves efficient HR measurement.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the editors and anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments and suggestions.  ... 
arXiv:1910.11515v2 fatcat:qylh2mhdwnfh7fvdkr2qawtcoe

No-reference Quality Assessment for Pansharpened Images via Opinion-unaware Learning

Bingzhong Zhou, Feng Shao, Xiangchao Meng, Randi Fu, Yo-Sung Ho
2019 IEEE Access  
The distance between the benchmark MVG and the MVG fitted on the test image is calculated to measure the quality. The experimental results show the superiority of our method on our database.  ...  To measure the degrees of distortion caused by the pansharpening methods, we conduct in-deep studies on the subjective and objective quality assessment of pansharpened images.  ...  His research interests include digital image and video coding, image analysis and image restoration, advanced video coding techniques, digital video and audio broadcasting, 3-D video processing, and content-based  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2905615 fatcat:zfjrhhtxmncv7igx3tf4t67nim

Estimating Yields of Salt- and Water-Stressed Forages with Remote Sensing in the Visible and Near Infrared

J. A. Poss, W. B. Russell, C. M. Grieve
2006 Journal of Environmental Quality  
Ground-based hyperspectral canopy reflectance in the visible and near infrared (NIR) were related to forage yields from a broad range of salinity and water stress conditions.  ...  Correlations between indices and yield increased as canopy development progressed.  ...  The angle of the sensor had an effect on the relationship between remote indices and leaf area index.  ... 
doi:10.2134/jeq2005.0204 pmid:16738391 fatcat:mxck4karpzhajc7q3l2w6rx7tm

POTENTIAL FOR REMOTE SENSING FROM AGRICULTURAL AIRCRAFT USING DIGITAL VIDEO

S. J. Thomson, P. V. Zimba, C. T. Bryson, V. J. Alarcon-Calderon
2005 Applied Engineering in Agriculture  
A field imaging system using low-cost digital video was evaluated for use on agricultural aircraft.  ...  For the pond study, statistically significant relationships were observed between digital numbers from pond images and chlorophyll a (chl a ) from water samples obtained at multiple ponds.  ...  Roger Bright for system fabrication and assistance with image analysis and Barry Collins for the engineering drawings and electronic circuit board construction.  ... 
doi:10.13031/2013.18445 fatcat:jzzirtp66zfwtlr2qhe7l6k37y

Guest Editorial: Challenges and Perspectives for Affective Analysis in Multimedia

Mohammad Soleymani, Yi-Hsuan Yang, Go Irie, Alan Hanjalic
2015 IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing  
Ç T HERE has been an increasing interest in the research on multimedia indexing and retrieval based on subjective concepts, such as emotion, preference and aesthetics.  ...  Affect might be also referring to an intrinsic characteristic of the content, e.g., the subject of sentiment analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/taffc.2015.2445233 fatcat:wfwoyrdqqbclvpeehsswjhkhim

A Review of Recent Studies Employing Hyperspectral Imaging for the Determination of Food Adulteration

Havva Tümay Temiz, Berdan Ulaş
2021 Photochem  
Subsequent to the research on existing literature, studies were evaluated based on different food categories.  ...  Research objectives, data acquisition systems, and algorithms for data analysis have been introduced briefly with a particular focus on feature wavelength selection methods.  ...  Reflectance spectra obtained by a VIS-NIR HSI system that collects data between 399.40 to 1063.79 nm were evaluated to classify honey samples based on their botanical origin.  ... 
doi:10.3390/photochem1020008 fatcat:csblpfyoufautan7wcyvbo2ctm

Leaf nitrogen determination using non-destructive techniques–A review

M. M. Ali, Ahmed Al-Ani, Derek Eamus, Daniel K. Y. Tan
2016 Journal of plant nutrition  
Destructive methods are expensive and timeconsuming as they require tissue sampling and subsequent laboratory analysis. Thus, many farmers find destructive methods to be less attractive.  ...  The optimisation of plant nitrogen-use-efficiency (NUE) has a direct impact on increasing crop production by optimising use of nitrogen fertiliser.  ...  Fairly large nonlinear relationship between leaf chlorophyll content and chlorophyll meter values allows calculation of a unitless "SPAD" value (on an index from 1 to 100).  ... 
doi:10.1080/01904167.2016.1143954 fatcat:eelpxuf2ovhx7bhaes2pbgkrbq

Camera Array for Multi-Spectral Imaging

Nils Genser, Jurgen Seiler, Andre Kaup
2020 IEEE Transactions on Image Processing  
At the same time, the proposed acquisition system ensures not only a superior spatial, but also a high spectral, and temporal resolution, while filters are flexibly exchangeable by the user depending on  ...  To overcome these limitations, a novel camera array for multi-spectral imaging is presented in this article for generating consistent multispectral videos.  ...  Hence, visual and measurement-based quantitative scientific analysis can be conducted to evaluate the quality of art, or the time of origin.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tip.2020.3024738 pmid:32970597 fatcat:3cc6svw33zas3bof6qnevsh5fe

The effect of red blood cell transfusion on tissue oxygenation and microcirculation in severe septic patients

Farid Sadaka, Ravi Aggu-Sher, Katie Krause, Jacklyn O'Brien, Eric S Armbrecht, Robert W Taylor
2011 Annals of Intensive Care  
Future research with larger samples is needed to further examine the association between RBC transfusion and outcomes of patients resuscitated early in severe sepsis, with an emphasis on elucidating the  ...  There was no statistically significant correlation between percent change in small vessel perfusion and baseline perfusion (r = -0.474, p = 0.141), between percent change in small vessel flow and baseline  ...  EA contributed to performing statistical analysis, acquiring and managing the data, revising the manuscript, and approving the manuscript in its final form.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2110-5820-1-46 pmid:22067279 pmcid:PMC3256106 fatcat:2t7xg2bbb5cbfodsze2eqpheim

Estimating crop water stress with ETM+ NIR and SWIR data

Abduwasit Ghulam, Zhao-Liang Li, Qiming Qin, Hamid Yimit, Jihua Wang
2008 Agricultural and Forest Meteorology  
The VWSI-FMC water stress guidelines based on the relationship between VWSI and FMC were derived from wheat canopy.  ...  According to the relationship between NIR-SWIR base line and maximal and minimal water lines, VWSI is expressed in the following form.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2008.05.020 fatcat:hv3fhjfuvjha5laegxbtsh2vwy

Crown‐scale evaluation of spectral indices for defoliated and discoloured eucalypts

K. M. Barry, C. Stone, C. L. Mohammed
2008 International Journal of Remote Sensing  
Remote sensing for evaluation of canopy health in plantation eucalypts is a realistic option for forest managers in the near future if reliable and robust methods of spectral analysis can be developed.  ...  The percentage of red leaves resulting from stress treatment was most strongly correlated with the anthocyanin reflectance index (ARI) and red-green index (RGI) in both E. grandis and E. pilularis, however  ...  the crown scenes of the healthy and stressed plants, based on the one-way ANOVA (table 3) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/01431160701281056 fatcat:rjyecky5szhynbo2yzdxxhqmsq

Near-infrared spectroscopy shows preictal haemodynamic changes in temporal lobe epilepsy

Edward Slone, Erica Westwood, Harinder Dhaliwal, Paolo Federico, Jeff F Dunn
2012 Epileptic disorders  
On the contralateral side, all subjects showed a decrease in relative oxyhaemoglobin content. No consistent change in deoxyhaemoglobin was seen on either side. Conclusions.  ...  Relative changes in oxy-and deoxyhaemoglobin, total haemoglobin, and blood oxygen saturation were assessed in the anterior frontal lobes between 15 minutes and one minute prior to seizure onset.  ...  Acknowledgements and disclosures. This work was supported by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). Authors have no conflict of interest to declare.  ... 
doi:10.1684/epd.2012.0535 fatcat:sa7xyvn4mbdtlj7jgliep7xxji

Implicit Analysis of Perceptual Multimedia Experience Based on Physiological Response: A Review

Seong-Eun Moon, Jong-Seok Lee
2017 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
In this paper, we review existing studies on physiological signal analysis exploring perceptual experience of multimedia. Furthermore, we discuss current trends and challenges.  ...  The exponential growth of popularity of multimedia has led to needs for user-centric adaptive applications that manage multimedia content more effectively.  ...  In fact, the difficulty of physiological analysis of emotion stems from the fact that physiological signals and emotion do not have one-to-one relationship but many-to-many relationship.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2016.2614880 fatcat:uoqudoqzkzdyhfph775rvxeo44

VERIFICATION OF DIRECT MARKETING METHODS UTILIZING BRAIN IMAGING

Toshiyuki OCHIAI, Mitsuru SUGANUMA, Yūichi NAKAMURA, Akiko SAKAKI, Masafumi NAKAGAWA
2017 Psychologia  
in the context of direct mail marketing services, namely the difference between paper and electronic media, the difference between a one-time and multiple presentations, the presence or absence of a byname  ...  Using a full-head-scale 48ch near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) machine (a system used to visualize brain function), we evaluated brain imaging reactions with regard to four items that are often discussed  ...  Based on this brain-mapping paradigm, our interpretations were made according to the observed differences in NIRS signal intensity between the prefrontal and temporal cortices with regard to these four  ... 
doi:10.2117/psysoc.2017.16 fatcat:dslvfeuwjvg2vam3q67bm46dom
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