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  • You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre. 

    Clark, Malcolm John; Ruthven, Ian; Holt, Patrik; Song, Dawei; Watt, Stuart (Elsevier http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ipm.2013.08.005, 2014-01)
    CLARK, M., RUTHVEN, I., HOLT, P. O’B., SONG, D. and WATT, S., 2014. You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre. Information Processing & Management, 50 (1), pp. 175-198.
    This paper reports on an approach to the analysis of form (layout and formatting) during genre recognition recorded using eye tracking. The researchers focused on eight di erent types of e-mail, such as calls for papers, ...
  • You have forgotten why you asked us here; we cannot remember why we came. 

    O'Sullivan, Tom; Tatham, Joanne (2006-09)
    TATHAM, J. and O’SULLIVAN, T. (2006) You have forgotten why you asked us here; we cannot remember why we came “Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.” Momentum, 4th Nordic Festival of Contemporary Art, Moss Bryggeri Utstillinshall and other venues, Norway. 2 September – 15 October 2006 [Exhibition]
    You have forgotten why you asked us here; we cannot remember why we came was commissioned by the Nordic Biennale, Momentum. This commission is one within a sequence of pieces that re-work signature sculptural forms and ...
  • Your thought will find the contours. 

    Douglas, Anne; Ravetz, Amanda (IKKM, 2014-07-02)
    DOUGLAS, A. and RAVETZ, A. 2014. Your thought will find the contours. Presented at the sewing lines, growing surfaces, breathing atmospheres: towards an ontogeny of things workshop, 2-3 July 2014, Weimar, Germany.
    Our aim in this presentation is to report on research we have been doing around drawing and filming. As associates of Knowing from Inside, we are interested in discovering in what sense drawing and filming can be considered ...
  • Zero-shot learning with matching networks for open-ended human activity recognition. 

    Wijekoon, Anjana; Wiratunga, Nirmalie; Sani, Sadiq (CEUR http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2151/, 2018-06-27)
    WIJEKOON, A., WIRATUNGA, N. and SANI, S. 2018. Zero-shot learning with matching networks for open-ended human activity recognition. In Martin, K., Wiratunga, N. and Smith, L.S. (eds.) Proceedings of the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SCISA) workshop on reasoning, learning and explainability (ReaLX 2018), 27 June 2018, Aberdeen, UK. Aberdeen: CEUR [online], Session 2, paper 4. Available from: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2151/Paper_S9.pdf
    A real-world solution for Human Activity Recognition (HAR) should cover a variety of activities. However training a model to cover each and every possible activity is not practical. Instead we need a solution that can adapt ...