Moon-ho Ringo Ho

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We collected data on grooming, proximity, and aggression in long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in Kalimantan, Indonesia. We used this data to study how grooming influenced a receiver's (B) behavior towards the bout's initiator (A). In our first analysis, post-grooming samples were collected after A groomed B. These were compared to matched-control(More)
This paper introduces a novel statistical method that can identify relevant time-frequency features in brain signals to distinguish between groups. The feature of interest is the spectrum which characterizes the distribution of a given signal's variance (or power) across frequency oscillations. Brain signals are generally nonstationary in that the(More)
There is a trend these days to add emotional characteristics as new features into human-computer interaction to equip machines with more intelligence when communicating with humans. Besides traditional audio-visual techniques, physiological signals provide a promising alternative for automatic emotion recognition. Ever since Dr. Picard and colleagues(More)
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