Jan-Philip Jarvis

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This work describes the development and evaluation of a recognizer for different levels of cognitive workload in the car. We collected multiple biosignal streams (skin conductance, pulse, respiration, EEG) during an experiment in a driving simulator in which the drivers performed a primary driving task and several secondary tasks of varying difficulty. From(More)
This paper presents an online multimodal person independent workload classification system using blood volume pressure, respiration measures, electrodermal activity and electroencephalography. For each modality a classifier based on linear discriminant analysis is trained. The classification results obtained on short data frames are fused using weighted(More)
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