Steven C. Seow

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The Hick-Hyman Law and Fitts’ Law are two surviving human performance principles based on Shannon and Weaver’s (1949) Information Theory. In the early 1980s, Card, Moran, and Newell (1983) presented the laws as design principles for developers to maximize usability in the design of human–computer interfaces. A search of the current human–computer(More)
Electroencephalographic (EEG) based hearing identification using artificial intelligent is an application between human's cognitive ability (hearing), EEG technology and artificial intelligent. EEG signals which are produced when a subject listen to an audible sounds with particular frequency will be recorded using Neurofax EEG-9200 device for further(More)
Natural user interfaces (NUI) such as multitouch and surface computing are positioned as the next major evolution in computing and user interfaces. Just graphical user interfaces (GUIs) brought unprecedented interaction capabilities to their command-line predecessors, we believe multitouch and surface computing will spawn novel ways to interact with media(More)
The continuous reduction of feature size and increase in chip density have made power becomes an important design parameter in today's deep submicron digital designs. Conversely, design engineers perform power estimation and optimization at every design stage to improve the performance and productivity of the design. During most synthesis process, synthesis(More)
Natural User Interfaces show great promise to define new and potentially large niches of interactive computing. The promise of Natural Computing Interfaces (touch and gesture) stems from at least two sources -- the prospect of touch and gestural computing becoming as ubiquitous as currently dominant paradigms (e.g. GUI.) and technical breakthroughs.(More)
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