Andrzej Romanowski

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This paper presents results from participatory design studies conducted in a children's hospital. We conducted extensive user studies to understand the specific needs and design constrains in a foetal-heart imaging unit. We describe the lessons learnt in the design process, focusing on the peculiarities of the setting and providing insights to help with the(More)
This paper focuses on a context-specific study of how interactive systems can affect human behaviours. In the <i>subRosa</i> project, we employed ambient display technology in order to foster proper learning conditions in a dedicated study room. <i>SubRosa</i> was evaluated through two proof-of-concept studies performed using a high-fidelity prototype.(More)
In this article, we present a novel application domain for human computation, specifically for crowdsourcing, which can help in understanding particle-tracking problems. Through an interdisciplinary inquiry, we built a crowdsourcing system designed to detect tracer particles in industrial tomographic images, and applied it to the problem of bulk solid flow(More)
new method to solve the inverse problem of electrical capacitance tomography is proposed. Our method is based on artificial neural network to estimate the radius of an object present inside a pipeline. This information is useful to predict the distribution of material inside the pipe. The capacitance data used to train and test the neural network is(More)
In Mediterranean seas and coastal zones, rivers can be the main source of mercury (Hg). Catchment management therefore affects the load of Hg reaching the sea with surface runoff. The major freshwater inflows to the Baltic Sea consist of large rivers. However, their systems are complex and identification of factors affecting the outflow of Hg from its(More)