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Monograph about NMF and Tensor Decompositions
|A Book about ICA and BSS|
|Human-Robot Interaction and Interfaces|
|One of our affective BCI project was nominated to the Annual BCI Research Award 2011|
Our BCI projects on international TV news
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A Brief Guide for TDALAB Ver 1.0 [PDF]
ICALAB for Signal Processing ver. 3.0
NMFLAB for Signal Processing ver 1.2
Guidebook of NMFLAB for signal processing [PDF]
FAQ, Tips & Tricks
|MLSP Benchmarks Competition|
Our laboratory owns two humanoid robots Nao H25. These robots serve an important role in our exploration of Human-Robot Interaction and application other methods developped in the laboratory.
Below you can find some more examples of two robots expressing similar emotions, gestures and reactions. Each robot acts independently upon a signal about affective state or context of communication, the behavior shown is chosen randomly from a set of pre-recorded and categorized behaviors.
You can also use blue buttons to explore other demos and experiments we perform with robots. An important aspect of behavior of robots in our experiments is synchronization. The dances performed in the categories Thriller, Vangelis and Three Naos show synchronous and asynchronous behavior of our robots.