The effect of personal pronouns such as "ein" (German for "a"), "mein" (German for "my") and "sein" (German for "his") on the processing of associated nouns was investigated using MEG. Three different encoding strategies were provided in order to vary the level of consciousness involved in verbal information processing. A shallow (alphabetic), a deep… (More)
The effect of possessive pronouns on the encoding of pronoun-noun associations (e.g., my garden) was investigated using the electroencephalography (EEG). Following an alphabetical, semantic and a contextual encoding instruction depth of noun processing was varied within three separate experiments in order to manipulate the grade of awareness related to… (More)
die Segmentierung anhand von Leave-One-Out-Testsüberprüft.
We present results from a study where we segment fish in images captured within fish cages. The ultimate goal is to use this information to extract the weight distribution of the fish within the cages. Statistical shape knowledge is added to a Mumford-Shah functional defining the image energy. The fish shape is represented explicitly by a polygonal curve,… (More)
OBJECTIVE The contingent negative variation (CNV) is a widespread electroencephalographic (EEG) potential that occurs during the interval between a warning stimulus and a subsequent imperative stimulus if a mental or motor response is required. The present study was designed to explore the impact of the previous trial on the CNV of the forthcoming trial,… (More)