Jianbo Jiang

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Adequate perception of nasal airflow (i.e., nasal patency) is an important consideration for patients with nasal sinus diseases. The perception of a lack of nasal patency becomes the primary symptom that drives these patients to seek medical treatment. However, clinical assessment of nasal patency remains a challenge because we lack objective measurements(More)
In many sensory organs, specialized receptors are strategically arranged to enhance detection sensitivity and acuity. It is unclear whether the olfactory system utilizes a similar organizational scheme to facilitate odor detection. Curiously, olfactory sensory neurons (OSNs) in the mouse nose are differentially stimulated depending on the cell location. We(More)
Odor information is first represented as a spatial activation pattern across the olfactory epithelium, when odor is drawn into the nose through breathing. This epithelial pattern likely results from both the intrinsic olfactory sensory neuron (OSN) sensitivity and the sorptive patterns imposed by the interaction of nasal aerodynamics with physiochemical(More)
— How to select effective emotional features are important for improving the performance of automatic speech emotion recognition. Although various feature dimension reduction algorithms were put forward that could help gain the accuracy rate of emotion distinction, but most of them exist various defects, such as high negative impact of the recognition rate,(More)
The required length of the utterance is one of the key factors affecting the performance of automatic emotion recognition. To gain the accuracy rate of emotion distinction, adaptation algorithms that can be manipulated on short utterances are highly essential. Regarding this, this paper compares two classical model adaptation methods, maximum a posteriori(More)
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