A Review Paper on Student Computer Interaction for Student

@article{Baral2019ARP,
  title={A Review Paper on Student Computer Interaction for Student},
  author={Sahit Baral and Gajendra Sharma},
  journal={Integrative Journal of Conference Proceedings},
  year={2019}
}
One of the main aims in human-computer interaction research is to develop an ability to recognize affective state of the user. Such a capability is necessary to have a more human-like nature in humancomputer interaction. The enhancement in the development of computer technology has led to the idea of human computer interaction. Research examination in human computer interaction involves the young age group of students that are educated and technically knowledgeable. This paper focuses on the… 

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