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Introduction to Behavioral Imaging, a new research field which encompasses the measurement, modeling, analysis, and visualization of behaviors from multi-modal sensor data. It is tailored for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in this emerging field.
This course will provide an introduction to Behavioral Imaging, a new research field which encompasses the measurement, modeling, analysis, and visualization of behaviors from multi-modal sensor data. It is tailored for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in this emerging field. The course is designed to provide:
- A broad introduction to research questions in Behavioral Imaging (BI)
- An in-depth understanding of the key technologies for BI
- Hands-on experience in working with relevant sensor data (video, audio, wearable)
- An overview of the psychology and neuroscience literature relating to behavior from a computational perspective, with a particular focus on disorders of development such as autism and behaviors implicated in chronic health conditions
- Jim Rehg - School of Interactive Computing
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