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Ongoing brain activity can be recorded as electroencephalograph (EEG) to discover the links between emotional states and brain activity. This study applied machine-learning algorithms to categorize EEG dynamics according to subject self-reported emotional states during music listening. A framework was proposed to optimize EEG-based emotion recognition by(More)
Currently, how to equip machines with the ability for properly recognizing users' felt-emotion during multimedia presentation is a growing issue. In this study we focused on the approach for recognizing music-induced emotional responses from brain activity. A comparative study was conducted to testify the feasibility of using hierarchical binary classifiers(More)
An approach to recognize the emotion responses during multimedia presentation using the electroencephalogram (EEG) signals is proposed. The association between EEG signals and music-induced emotion responses was investigated in three factors, including: 1) the types of features, 2) the temporal resolutions of features, and 3) the components of EEG. The(More)
A short synthesis of unsubstituted chrysene is described to provide a cheap source of this compound. This chrysene was used to prepare 3,6,9,12-tetrabromochrysene, which was subsequently transformed into various 3,6,9,12-tetrasubstituted chrysenes bearing four aryl, alkynyl, or amino groups by means of the Suzuki, Sonogashira, or Buchwald-Hartwig coupling(More)
In this technical demonstration, we showcase an interactive content presentation (ICP) system that integrates media-expressed-emotion-based composition, user-perceived preference feedback, and interactive digital art creation. ICP harmonizes the browsing of multimedia contents by presenting them in the form of music videos (photos, blog articles with(More)
In this study we build a mood recognition system using EEG signal of Song Induced activity. In this we have analyzed alpha EEG powers related to left hemisphere, right hemisphere regions of brains. This has given the significance of different brain region related to emotions. This study successfully achieves the goal to design a system which offers offline(More)
The hole-injection barrier between the anode and the hole-injection layer (HIL) is of critical importance to determine the device performance of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). Here, we report on a record-high external quantum efficiency (EQE) (24.6% in green phosphorescence) of OLEDs fabricated on both rigid and flexible substrates, with the(More)