This paper presents a comprehensive framework for studying methods of pulse rate estimation relying on remote photoplethysmography (rPPG).
In this paper a number of problems are considered which are related to the modelling of eye guidance under visual attention in a natural setting.
Then, we will deliberately violate fundamental assumptions of the Central Limit Theorem to elicit a larger perspective, rooted in statistical physics, for analysing and modelling eye movements in terms of anomalous, non-Gaussian, random walks and modern foraging theory.
This note gives a preliminary account of the transcoding or rechanneling problem between different stimuli as it is of interest for the natural interaction or affective computing fields.
Understanding the mental state of other people is an important skill for intelligent agents and robots to operate within social environments.
In this paper we shall consider the problem of deploying attention to subsets of the video streams for collating the most relevant data and information of interest related to a given task.