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Around the world many fisheries have collapsed, including some in Australia. Consequently marine fisheries are under increasing pressure to adopt more precautionary management approaches. Although Australia's fisheries are generally in good shape—few are overfished—many are fully exploited. Overseas experience tells us that even the best fisheries(More)
Although we feel, see, and experience our hands as our own (body or hand ownership), recent research has shown that illusory hand ownership can be induced for fake or virtual hands and may be useful for neuroprosthetics and brain-computer interfaces. Despite the vast amount of behavioral data on illusory hand ownership, neuroimaging studies are rare, in(More)
Recent advances in neuroscience and engineering have led to the development of technologies that permit the control of external devices through real-time decoding of brain activity (brain-machine interfaces; BMI). Though the feeling of controlling bodily movements (sense of agency; SOA) has been well studied and a number of well-defined sensorimotor and(More)
In the last few years, there has been a good deal of effort put into the research and standardization of P2P-based VoIP signaling, commonly called P2PSIP. However, there has been one important issue which has not been dealt with adequately, privacy. Specifically <i>i)</i> location privacy, and <i>ii)</i> privacy of social interaction in terms of who is(More)
— This paper introduces a novel approach to the manipulation of body-parts ownership, using the tactile rubber hand illusion (RHI) paradigm. In the conventional studies on the RHI, participant's invisible hand and the visible rubber hand are manually tapped or stroked by an experimenter. Differently, in our approach, a bilateral master-slave system is(More)
Recently, Veksler, Myers, and Gluck (2015) proposed model flexibility analysis as a method that "aids model evaluation by providing a metric for gauging the persuasiveness of a given fit" (p. 755) Model flexibility analysis measures the complexity of a model in terms of the proportion of all possible data patterns it can predict. We show that this measure(More)
OBJECTIVES Ever since John Hughlings Jackson first described the so-called 'dreamy state' during temporal lobe epilepsy, that is, the sense of an abnormal familiarity (déjà vu) or vivid memory-like hallucinations from the past (experiential hallucinations), these phenomena have been studied and repeatedly linked to mesial temporal lobe structures. However,(More)