• Publications
  • Influence
Interpreting Visual Metaphors: Asymmetry and Reversibility
In a verbal metaphor, the target and the source domains can usually be distinguished clearly, and some features of the source domain are mapped to the target domain, and not vice versa. ThisExpand
  • 12
  • 1
Is language necessary to interpret visual metaphors
Metaphor is defined as the experience of one thing in terms of another thing. Since Richards (1936) argued, “Thought is metaphoric and proceeds by comparison and the metaphors of language deriveExpand
  • 3
  • 1
Experiments with a Creativity-Support System based on Perceptual Similarity
We propose here an image-based retrieval system for generating pairs of perceptually similar images that serve as anchors for perceptual metaphors based on perceptual similarity. Expand
  • 19
  • PDF
Classification of High and Low Intelligent Individuals Using Pupil and Eye Blink
In this paper, we propose an alternative method to distinguish between high and low intelligent individuals using pupillary response and eye blink pattern. Expand
  • 2
Modulation of resource allocation by intelligent individuals in linguistic, mathematical and visuo-spatial tasks.
This study investigates two questions: first, how individuals with high-intelligence allocate cognitive resources while solving linguistic, mathematical and visuo-spatial tasks with varying degree ofExpand
  • 14
A Study on Region of Interest of a Selective Attention Based on Gestalt Principles
We propose a computational model to extend the region of attention in a visual scene and quantify relation between initial attention region and surrounding regions using Gestalt principles. Expand
  • 5
Difference in brain activation patterns of individuals with high and low intelligence in linguistic and visuo-spatial tasks: An EEG study
Abstract The present EEG study was conducted to determine the difference and/or similarity in information processing patterns between individuals with higher intelligence and those with lowerExpand
  • 13
A number of empirical studies have demonstrated that certain metaphors can create new conceptual similarities between the source and the target. However, the mechanism of similarity creation has notExpand
  • 5
An Empirical Study on the Role of Perceptual Similarity in Visual Metaphors and Creativity
We investigate the role of perceptual similarity in visual metaphor comprehension process. In visual metaphors, perceptual features of the source and the target are objectively present as images.Expand
  • 17
Text, Table and Graph -- Which is Faster and More Accurate to Understand?
Graphs are 25.5% faster to understand than text and 46.6%more accurate than tables. Expand
  • 6