Matthew Jaswa

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In this paper, we discuss a neuroimaging experiment that employed a mission-based scenario (MBS) design, a new approach for designing experiments in simulated environments for human subjects [1]. This approach aims to enhance the realism of the Soldier-task-environment interaction by eliminating many of the tightly-scripted elements of a typical laboratory(More)
Future technologies such as Brain-Computer Interaction Technologies (BCIT) or affective Brain Computer Interfaces (aBCI) will need to function in an environment with higher noise and complexity than seen in traditional laboratory settings, and while individuals perform concurrent tasks. In this paper, we describe preliminary results from an experiment in a(More)
In order to develop real-world BCI solutions machine learning models must generalize not only to unseen users but also to unseen scenarios. In this concept paper we describe our initial investigation into Deep Learning tools to create generalized models for both cross-subject and cross-domain learning. We demonstrate our approach using two different,(More)
In this paper, we discuss a neuroimaging experiment that employed a mission-based scenario (MBS) design, a new approach for designing experiments in simulated environments for human subjects [1]. This approach aims to enhance the realism of the Soldier-task-environment interaction by eliminating many of the tightly-scripted elements of a typical laboratory(More)
max 250 words) The development of increasingly realistic experimental stimuli and task environments is important for understanding behavior outside the laboratory. We report a process for generating 3D human model stimuli that combines commonly used graphics software and enables the flexible generation of animated human models while providing parametric(More)
In the process of developing new technologies for displaying 360° visual data supporting Local Area Awareness (LAA) in complex environments (e.g. tactical military environments), one important, though often overlooked, area is system evaluation. Without an accurate and reliable evaluation, it is impossible to determine which elements of the new display are(More)
We examined physiological responses to behavior of an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) system during real driving. ACC is an example of automating a task that used to be performed by the user. In order to preserve the link between the user and an automated system such that they work together optimally, physiological signals reflecting mental state may be(More)
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