Special Issue "Affective and Immersive Human Computer Interaction via Effective Sensor and Sensing (AI-HCIs)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2019).
Interests: hyperspectral imaging; remote sensing; computer vision; machine learning; big data analytics
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Interests: Light/image sensors; Temperature sensors; Computing devices/systems
Interests: Image processing; Computer graphics; Computer interfacing; Machine learning
Human–computer interactions (HCI) are crucial for user-friendly interactions between human users and computer systems, which can be different from a conventional computer, and may appear to be a (portable) hardware device or a software package. As such, HCI is, not only requested to provide effective input/output, it is also expected to understand the intentions of users and the environment for better service-oriented interactions. These have raised new challenges beyond conventional multimodal HCI, including audio, image, video and graphics, as well as keyboard and mouse. To this end, AI-guided intelligent recognition of speech instructions and visual signs, such as gestures and gaze, have been widely adopted as a natural way to communicate in HCI.
Recently, thanks to emerging sensors and sensing techniques, HCI has been further developed for immersive and affective communication between human users and computer systems. Examples can be found in virtual-reality-based experiences, electroencephalogram-enabled brain–computer interfaces, and smart interactions between humans and robots. In addition to auditory and visual clues, touch, taste and smell have also been explored in this context. How to effectively use these individual sources of information, and also fuse some of them together for different levels of tasks, still needs to be explored.
In this Special Issue, we aim to provide a forum for colleagues to report the most up-to-date results of developed models/algorithms/approaches/techniques, as well as comprehensive surveys of the state-of-the-art in relevant fields. Both original contributions with theoretical novelty and practical solutions for addressing particular problems in HCI are solicited. Rather than reporting the results of HCI in particular applications, questions such as “how, why and when” should be answered when applying relevant HCI techniques in a specific context.
Dr. Jinchang Ren
Dr. Pourya Shamsolmoali
Dr. Maher Assaad
Dr. Meijun Sun
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- Effective models and algorithms for HCI
- Emerging sensing techniques for HCI
- Systematic design and solutions for multimodal fusion in HCI
- Brain–computer interaction
- HCI for human–robot interactions
- Novel applications and case studies for gaming, education, healthcare, etc.