ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
- Li, Baoxin
- 4 Arizona State University
- 2 Davulcu, Hasan
- 1 Abousleman, Glen
- 1 Bliss, Daniel W.
- 1 Galan, Magdiel Francisco
- 1 Gide, Milind Subhash
- 1 Golestaneh, Seyedalireza
- 1 Karam, Lina
- 1 Karam, Lina J
- 1 Liu, Huan
- 1 Mcdaniel, Troy Lee
- 1 Panchanathan, Sethuraman
- 1 Reisslein, Martin
- 1 Santello, Marco
- 1 Turaga, Pavan K.
- 1 Ye, Jieping
- 4 English
- 4 Public
One of the most remarkable outcomes resulting from the evolution of the web into Web 2.0, has been the propelling of blogging into a widely adopted and globally accepted phenomenon. While the unprecedented growth of the Blogosphere has added diversity and enriched the media, it has also added complexity. To cope with the relentless expansion, many enthusiastic bloggers have embarked on voluntarily writing, tagging, labeling, and cataloguing their posts in hopes of reaching the widest possible audience. Unbeknown to them, this reaching-for-others process triggers the generation of a new kind of collective wisdom, a result of shared collaboration, and the ...
- Galan, Magdiel Francisco, Liu, Huan, Davulcu, Hasan, et al.
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Situations of sensory overload are steadily becoming more frequent as the ubiquity of technology approaches reality--particularly with the advent of socio-communicative smartphone applications, and pervasive, high speed wireless networks. Although the ease of accessing information has improved our communication effectiveness and efficiency, our visual and auditory modalities--those modalities that today's computerized devices and displays largely engage--have become overloaded, creating possibilities for distractions, delays and high cognitive load; which in turn can lead to a loss of situational awareness, increasing chances for life threatening situations such as texting while driving. Surprisingly, alternative modalities for information delivery have seen little exploration. Touch, ...
- Mcdaniel, Troy Lee, Panchanathan, Sethuraman, Davulcu, Hasan, et al.
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Visual attention (VA) is the study of mechanisms that allow the human visual system (HVS) to selectively process relevant visual information. This work focuses on the subjective and objective evaluation of computational VA models for the distortion-free case as well as in the presence of image distortions. Existing VA models are traditionally evaluated by using VA metrics that quantify the match between predicted saliency and fixation data obtained from eye-tracking experiments on human observers. Though there is a considerable number of objective VA metrics, there exists no study that validates that these metrics are adequate for the evaluation of VA ...
- Gide, Milind Subhash, Karam, Lina J, Abousleman, Glen, et al.
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Digital imaging and image processing technologies have revolutionized the way in which we capture, store, receive, view, utilize, and share images. In image-based applications, through different processing stages (e.g., acquisition, compression, and transmission), images are subjected to different types of distortions which degrade their visual quality. Image Quality Assessment (IQA) attempts to use computational models to automatically evaluate and estimate the image quality in accordance with subjective evaluations. Moreover, with the fast development of computer vision techniques, it is important in practice to extract and understand the information contained in blurred images or regions. The work in this dissertation focuses ...
- Golestaneh, Seyedalireza, Karam, Lina, Bliss, Daniel W., et al.
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This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
In addition to the electronic theses found in the ASU Digital Repository, ASU Theses and Dissertations can be found in the ASU Library Catalog.
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