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Transactions on Computational Science XXIII

Special Issue on Cyberworlds

Gavrilova, M.L., Tan, C.J.K., Mao, X., Hong, L. (Eds.)

2014, XVI, 225 p. 123 illus.

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  • Contains extended versions of the best papers presented at Cyberworlds 2013
  • Covers not only theoretical topics, such as modeling, but also applicational topics, such as the use of virtual environments to improve particular skills
  • The final two papers focus on the challenging topic of emotion prediction
This, the 23rd issue of the Transactions on Computational Science journal, guest edited by Xiaoyang Mao and Lichan Hong, is devoted to the topic of security in virtual worlds. It contains extended versions of the best papers selected from those presented at the International Conference on Cyberworlds 2013, held at Keio University, Yokohama, Japan, October 21-23, 2013. The 11 papers in the volume have been organized into topical sections on modeling, rendering, motion, virtual environments and affective computing.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » abstraction hierarchy - affective computing - algorithms - computational science - cyberworlds - distributed environments - emotions - modeling - motion - object tracking - rendering - security - video signals - virtual environments - virtual worlds

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Image Processing - Information Systems and Applications - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Incrementally Modular Abstraction Hierarchy Using Algebraic Topology.- Fast and Stable Deformations Using the Mesh Intersection Algorithm.- Gaussian Curvature Based Localized Stylization Method for View-Dependent Lines Extracted from 3D Models.- Image-Driven Haptic Rendering.- Multi-touch Interface and Motion Control Model for Interactive Character Animation.- Efficacy of a Virtual Environment for Training Ball Passing Skills in Rugby.- Preparing for International Operations and Developing Scenarios for Inter-cultural Communication in a Cyberworld: A Norwegian Army Example.- Collision-Free Navigation with Extended Terrain Maps.- Audio-Visual Art Performance System Using Computer Video Output.- Based on Component Video to Audio Signal Conversion.- Experiments for Emotion Estimation from Biological Signals and Its Application.- Real-Time Subject-Dependent EEG-Based Emotion Recognition Algorithm.

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