Robust Multimodal Cognitive Load Measurement

@inproceedings{Chen2016RobustMC,
  title={Robust Multimodal Cognitive Load Measurement},
  author={Fang Chen and Jianlong Zhou and Yang Wang and Kun Yu and Syed Arshad and Ahmad Khawaji and Dan Conway},
  booktitle={Human–Computer Interaction Series},
  year={2016}
}
This book explores robust multimodal cognitive load measurement with physiological and behavioural modalities, which involve the eye, Galvanic Skin Response, speech, language, pen input, mouse movement and multimodality fusions. Factors including stress, trust, and environmental factors such as illumination are discussed regarding their implications for cognitive load measurement. Furthermore, dynamic workload adjustment and real-time cognitive load measurement with data streaming are presented… 

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