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Biosignals and user interfaces

Biosignals and user interfaces
type: Vorlesung (V)
semester: WS 11/12
time: 18.10.2011
14:00-15:30
50.34 Raum -102


20.10.2011
14:00-15:30
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25.10.2011
14:00-15:30
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27.10.2011
14:00-15:30
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03.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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08.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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10.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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15.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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17.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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22.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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24.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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29.11.2011
14:00-15:30
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01.12.2011
14:00-15:30
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06.12.2011
14:00-15:30
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08.12.2011
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13.12.2011
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15.12.2011
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20.12.2011
14:00-15:30
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22.12.2011
14:00-15:30
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10.01.2012
14:00-15:30
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12.01.2012
14:00-15:30
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17.01.2012
14:00-15:30
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19.01.2012
14:00-15:30
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24.01.2012
14:00-15:30
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26.01.2012
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31.01.2012
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02.02.2012
14:00-15:30
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07.02.2012
14:00-15:30
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09.02.2012
14:00-15:30
50.34 Raum -101

lecturer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tanja Schultz
Michael Wand
sws: 4
lv-no.: 24105
information:

Syllabus

Vortragssprache:

Deutsch

Content:

This course provides an introduction to technologies that use a variety of human bio-signals to transmit information, which revolutionized the design of user interfaces. The main focus is on the interaction between man and machine. In the lecture we give an overview of the various human bio-signals, with a focus on those that can be derived externally, such as the activity of the brain from the scalp (electroencephalogram - EEG), muscle activity from the skin surface (electromyogram - EMG), derived or the activity of the eyes of the temples (electrooculogram - EOG). Similarly, the basis for derivation, preprocessing, recognition and interpretation of these signals are mediated. To illustrate numerous examples from literature and our own research are presented.
Special skills are required to attend the event, no.