Sivanathan A et al. The application of ubiquitous multimodal synchronous data capture in CAD. (2015) COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN 0010-4485 1879-2685 59 Feb 2015 176-191
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Hercegfi K et al. INTERFACE: Assessment of Human-Computer Interaction by Monitoring Physiological and Other Data with a Time-Resolution of Only a Few Seconds. (2006) Megjelent: Proc. ECIS 2006 - 14th European Conference on Information Systems pp. 2288-2299
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Sivanathan A et al. The application of ubiquitous multimodal synchronous data capture in CAD. (2015) COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN 0010-4485 1879-2685 59 Feb 2015 176-191
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p.178: „…user activities can be observed in a continuous manner, e.g. video and audio recording, screen capture, and continuous mouse movements [15,22]. Psycho-physiological measures are increasingly being employed to establish a better understanding of the internal state of the user. Heart rate/electrocardiography (EKG), facial muscle activities, eye tracking, pupillometry, electroencephalography (EEG), electromyography (EMG), and galvanic skin response (GSR) are some of the commonly used biometric measures to monitor user activity [15,23–27].”
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Sivanathan A et al. The application of ubiquitous multimodal synchronous data capture in CAD. (2015) COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN 0010-4485 1879-2685 59 Feb 2015 176-191
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