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Our collection of 37 books.

  • Recent Advances in Brain-Computer Interface Systems
    Recent Advances in Brain-Computer Interface Systems
    Edited by Reza Fazel-Rezai
    ISBN 978-953-307-175-6,
    234 pages, February, 2011
    Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology provides a direct electronic interface and can convey messages and commands directly from the human brain to a computer. BCI technology involves monitoring conscious brain electrical activity via electroencep ...
  • Virtual Reality
    Virtual Reality
    Edited by Jae-Jin Kim
    ISBN 978-953-307-518-1,
    686 pages, January, 2011
    Technological advancement in graphics and other human motion tracking hardware has promoted pushing "virtual reality" closer to "reality" and thus usage of virtual reality has been extended to various fields. The most typical fields for the applicati ...
  • Face Recognition
    Face Recognition
    Edited by Milos Oravec
    ISBN 978-953-307-060-5,
    412 pages, April, 2010
    This book aims to bring together selected recent advances, applications and original results in the area of biometric face recognition. They can be useful for researchers, engineers, graduate and postgraduate students, experts in this area and hopef ...
  • Ambient Intelligence
    Ambient Intelligence
    Edited by Felix Jesus Villanueva Molina
    ISBN 978-953-307-078-0,
    144 pages, March, 2010
    It can no longer be ignored that Ambient Intelligence concepts are moving away from research labs demonstrators into our daily lives in a slow but continuous manner. However, we are still far from concluding that our living spaces are intelligent an ...
  • Augmented Reality
    Augmented Reality
    Edited by Soha Maad
    ISBN 978-953-7619-69-5,
    230 pages, January, 2010
    Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) tools and techniques supply virtual environments that have key characteristics in common with our physical environment. Viewing and interacting with 3D objects is closer to reality than abstract mathem ...
  • Human-Computer Interaction
    Human-Computer Interaction
    Edited by Inaki Maurtua
    ISBN 978-953-307-022-3,
    570 pages, December, 2009
    In this book the reader will find a collection of 31 papers presenting different facets of Human Computer Interaction, the result of research projects and experiments as well as new approaches to design user interfaces. The book is organized accordi ...
  • State of the Art in Face Recognition
    State of the Art in Face Recognition
    Edited by Dr. Mario I. Chacon M.
    ISBN 978-3-902613-42-4,
    436 pages, January, 2009
    Notwithstanding the tremendous effort to solve the face recognition problem, it is not possible yet to design a face recognition system with a potential close to human performance. New computer vision and pattern recognition approaches need to be inv ...
  • Recent Advances in Face Recognition
    Recent Advances in Face Recognition
    Edited by Kresimir Delac, Mislav Grgic and Marian Stewart Bartlett
    ISBN 978-953-7619-34-3,
    236 pages, December, 2008
    The main idea and the driver of further research in the area of face recognition are security applications and human-computer interaction. Face recognition represents an intuitive and non-intrusive method of recognizing people and this is why it beca ...