Eunhwa Jung

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE We aimed to investigate the usefulness of combining transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and diffusion tensor tractography (DTT) to evaluate corticospinal tract (CST) integrity and subsequently predict ambulatory function after middle cerebral artery (MCA) stroke. METHODS Forty-three patients with first MCA stroke underwent TMS(More)
We present an effective algorithm for automatic tracing of vasculature structures and vascular landmark extraction of bifurcations and ending points. In this paper we deal with vascular patterns from digital images for personal identification. Vessel tracing algorithms are of interest in a variety of biometric and medical application such as personal(More)
Advances in the field of the Internet of Things (IoT) have made it possible for everyday objects to attain agency. However, it is unclear how laypersons perceive the increasingly active artifacts. These perceptions are likely to foreground their future responses to IoT objects as they become relevant actors in the physical world and begin to influence(More)
Robots are increasingly being deployed in a number of domains typically associated with female workers, e.g., caregiving. Although past robot morphology has favored a machine-like appearance that is often perceived as masculine, monitor-based robots provide designers with enhanced opportunities to include interface cues that convey femininity. However, it(More)
An exploratory survey (N = 640) reveals that senior citizens view robots as having more negative effects on younger people than themselves. This "third-person effect" is related to decreased intention to use companion robots. These initial findings hold theoretical, practical and methodological implications for HCI research, by showing that older users may(More)