Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Paper accepted for presentation as SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing Conference

We had another paper accepted for presentation at an international conference (the SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing Conference). The paper is entitled "Multi-brain fusion and applications to intelligence analysis". It is co-authored by Adrian Stoica, Riccardo Poli and other people at both JPL and Essex.
Here is the abstract:
In rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) images shown extremely rapidly can still be parsed by the visual system, and the detection of specific targets triggers specific EEG response. Research funded by DARPA's Neurotechnology for Intelligence Analysts program has proven speed-ups in sifting through satellite images when EEG signals of an intelligence analyst act as triggers. This paper extends the use of neurotechnology from individual analysts to collaborative teams; it presents concepts of collaborative brain computer interfaces and experiments indicating that the aggregation of information in EEGs collected from multiple users results in performance improvements compared to that of individual users.

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