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This paper investigates the recognition of the Eye Accessing Cues used in the Neuro-Linguistic Programming as a method for inferring one’s thinking mechanisms, since the meaning of non-visual gaze directions may be directly related to the internal mental processes. The direction of gaze is identified by separating the components of the eye (i.e., iris,(More)
Many applications pointed to the informative potential of the human eyes. In this paper we investigate the possibility of estimating the cognitive process used by a person when addressing a mental challenge, according to the Eye Accessing Cue (EAC) model from the Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) theory [3]. This model states that there is a subtle, yet(More)
This paper introduces a feature extraction and classification framework that is capable of fast and accurate description of the eye area. The extracted features are based on the combination of integral image projections with TESPAR signal encoding. While image projections were widely used in the field of image analysis, TESPAR was developed for speech(More)
This paper investigates the recognition of the Eye Accessing Cues (EACs) used in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and shows how computer vision techniques can be used for understanding the meaning of non-visual gaze directions. Any specific EAC is identified by the relative position of the iris within the eye bounding box, which is determined from(More)
To facilitate computer analysis of visual art, in the form of paintings, we introduce Pandora (Paintings Dataset for Recognizing the Art movement) database, a collection of digitized paintings labelled with respect to the artistic movement. Noting that the set of databases available as benchmarks for evaluation is highly reduced and most existing ones are(More)
In this paper a simple and efficient method is proposed for detecting eye positions which are used in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) as clues for the human internal representational system and mental activity. The algorithm takes as input a square crop of a face and locates the eyes using a fast and efficient color-based method. The gaze direction is(More)
In experiments on rats the symphathoadrenergic reactivity after a + 6 Gz acceleration was investigated. Hypergravitation produced as a rule a short initial bradycardia, followed by tachycardia. Hexamethonium (C6), a peripheric ganglion-blocking agent, produced bradycardia, diminution or vanishing of the initial bradycardic episode, and a decreased(More)
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