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Katsimerou, C. (author)
Affect-adaptive systems have the potential to assist users that experience systematically negative moods. This thesis aims at building a platform for predicting automatically a person’s mood from his/her visual expressions. The key word is mood, namely a relatively long-term, stable and diffused affective state, as opposed to the short-term,...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Zhang, T. (author)
A common way to present 3D materials to human observers nowadays is by stereoscopic displaying on 3D TVs or head-mounted displays such as the Oculus Rift. However, not everyone can see three-dimensional solid shape from stereoscopic viewing and the three-dimensional images remain two-dimensional pictures to them rather than solid shapes....
doctoral thesis 2015
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Alers, H. (author)
While the world we live in becomes more saturated with ubiquitous digital displays, and as the threshold for creating digital media continues to drop, image quality is an issue that concerns an increasingly large segment of the population. Higher resolutions, increased dynamic range, and faster frame rates put increasing demands on resources...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Teunissen, C. (author)
Over the last decade, consumer television sets have substantially increased in screen size, with screen diagonals up to 65-inch and beyond. At the same time, their thickness has decreased to only a few centimeters. Right from the start, this combination has been highly appreciated by consumers, resulting in a fast acceptance of flat-screen...
doctoral thesis 2009
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