To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Unfollow Follow Unblock. Other Affiliations:. In the resulting speech In the resulting speech input interface, we focused on navigation in the EPG Save to Library. Publication Name: mobilehci. Multimodal interoperable devices can further improve the event Multimodal interoperable devices can further improve the event experience.
This paper introduces a multi-device, multimodal and multi-user conference program guide M3PGwhich provides access to the conference program through shared public displays and mobile devices.
The service offers additional functionality such as multimedia content, voting, and event feedback.
Its interaction methods include spoken language, gestures and haptic feedback. The service has been used in two conferences where it received very positive feedback. Together with pre-commercialization studies, the results indicate that the service is useful for conferences both from the user and organizer perspectives. Multimodal multi-device program guide for smart conferences more. Raisamoand Juho Hella.
We demonstrate a multimodal, multi-user, and multi-device conference program guide for conference participants. Its functionality includes access to the conference program with additional multimedia content, voting, feedback, andChristopher Jette and Mark Broschinsky Fluor Sonescence is a work for trombone, electronics and video, where sounds are translated to video and the videos are translated to sounds.
The video documentation includes the video and sound components of the work. Alessio Rossato Piece created with material recorded at Villa Smilea of Montale Pistoiese Tuscany-Italywhere Andrea Dami's metal and sheet metal sculptures were sampled in various recording sessions including short improvisations. The sculptures were played in different ways, from the naked hands to wooden sticks, metal, rubber, with different thickness chains etc In this context, the publication of the discovery of seven Earth-like planets orbiting around the Trappist-1 star on Februaryinspired the creation of a model-based virtual instrument.
As a result, the Virtual Interactive Synthesizer prototype Planethesizer is presented, whose default configurations display a multimodal Trappist-1, Kepler and a K planetary systems simulation. With the development of this astronomical data interactive sonification VST plugin, this work also tries to suggest a possible line of interdisciplinary audio tools development. Massimo Vito Avantaggiato This paper regards the interaction of electroacoustic music with visual elements, outside real time hypotheses.
In particular, this writing tries to suggest how analysis techniques for acousmatic music can help - without the presumption of being general or strictly objective — the creative process for achieving any audiovisual work. Christopher Plummer This piece is part of a series based on the yearly flow of Michigan Rivers. This project started by the research scientist converting the flow data into a series of sine waves. This then left the artistic task of contextualizing and harmonizing this collection of beeps into something engaging, something that effected an audience.
Three methods have been used to connect with an audience. The first was to smooth out the sine waves and increase the complexity of their timbre. Second was the creation of a background of harmonic support, for this water sounds were added and processed to hold the melody and create a full sound stage that added depth and richness to the composition. Finally, for ICAD a trombone part was added that maps the counters of the melody and helps highlight the flow trends.
An image is displayed and a dynamic musical score is generated based on the overall color properties of the image and the color value of the pixel under the cursor. Hence, the music changes as the user moves the cursor, creating a modal synergy where visual and auditory output combine holistically with the chosen interaction technique.
Forestry A Jason Fick Ceratonova Shasta is a two-channel fixed media composition featuring the sonification of microbiome data. All sound gestures made in the piece sonify measurements of a parasite spore sampled from This parasite ceratonova shasta resulted in particularly high mortality rates at an index site located in the mainstem of Klamath River, where it intersects with Beaver Creek in Northern California.
The sound content and formal procedures are influenced by this single data set on both a macro and micro level. Peaceful and distressed sound characters represent the life and death of the fish within this delicate microbiome. To achieve this perceptual blurring of senses I implement algorithmic compositions that can be rendered as sound and images synchronously.
The former is an abstract connection: a scene from a film is accompanied by a soundtrack that musically suggests what kind of emotion the viewer "should" feel.Metrics details. However, there is a need for more evidence-based, high quality school intervention programs combined with an accurate evaluation of their general effectiveness and effectiveness of specific intervention methods.
The intervention program is designed to promote social-emotional skills and mental health by utilizing whole-school approach and focuses on classroom curriculum, work environment of school staff, and parent-teacher collaboration methods. Altogether 79 primary school participated at baseline. A multi-informant setting involves the children themselves, their parents, and teachers.
Secondary outcomes for the children include emotional understanding, altruistic behavior, and executive functions e. Secondary outcomes for the teachers include ratings of e. Secondary outcomes for both teachers and parents include e. The data was collected at baseline autumn6 months after baseline, and will be collected also 18 months after baseline from the same participants.
This study protocol outlines a trial which aims to add to the current state of intervention programs by presenting and studying a contextually developed and carefully tested intervention program which is tailored to fit a national school system. Peer Review reports. There is a large body of research linking socio-emotional skills with a range of positive outcomes: children who have good socio-emotional skills tend to have better mental health, more friends, and perform better in school [ 1 — 3 ].
The school-based programs are also able to reach a large number of children from different family backgrounds. Furthermore, the school context represents a natural and interactive set of environments comprising both direct e. Yet, meta-analyses of school-interventions have shown that the effect sizes have ranged from small to moderate in statistical terms indicating modest change in real life [ 49 ].
Meta-analyses and systematic reviews have identified several components for effective interventions [ 149 — 12 ].
These components include for example placing emphasis on having a positive and holistic approach, in which the whole school targeted. Such effective interventions typically integrate the teaching of socio-emotional skills into a classroom curriculum, teach social skills using multimodal activities, and consider daily teacher-student interactions and practices. Further, such effective interventions typically consider family involvement and the role of leadership.
Finally, high quality implementation e. However, it was not clear whether school interventions designed and implemented in other countries would be suitable for the Finnish school system and curriculum as such. Thus, the developers of the present intervention program studied the most well-known interventions and programs at the time e. This process led to the development of the Together at school intervention program.
It is a carefully developed and tested intervention program which combines unique elements developed especially to fit the Finnish school system and components that have been found to be effective in other school-based intervention programs. The intervention program aims to promote social-emotional skills and mental health in a whole school context, and consists of a a detailed manual, b training of intervention elements, and c regular school visits by the instructors.
The intervention program Together at school will be evaluated in a cluster randomized trial RCT. The aim of the trial is to compare the Together at School intervention group with the control group to evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention program in a whole school context.
The control group school teachers participated in two general lectures regarding socio-emotional skills in child development. The aims of the evaluation study are to: 1 Evaluate whether the newly developed whole school intervention program improves mental health and social skills among primary school children.
The aim of this paper is to describe a study protocol of a cluster randomized controlled trial. The study is an ongoing cluster randomized controlled trial RCT with two arms. Eligible schools were randomly allocated either to an intervention or a control group. Data has been collected at baseline, 6 months after baseline, and will be collected also 18 months after baseline from the same participants children and their parents, teachers and the principals.
Each school will participate in the study for two academic years from spring to spring The trial has also been registered in the ClinicalTrials. All participants have been informed about the aim of the study and the related study procedure prior to their participation.To protect your privacy, all features that rely on external API calls from your browser are turned off by default.
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Live 10 would seem to enable saving data to track-instances as well, but to support Live 9, the song's data is utilized for all the data. All the stored data is assigned to LOM-object models. Changes in LOM-objects paths list indexes are listened and the paths updated accordingly. Nada" self. Create path and check if it would exist in loaded data. Set the updated data to song. It is not utilized however, for the itemModels currently query for the data themselves.
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Much work remains to be done with subjective evaluations of speech-based and multimodal systems. In particular, user experience is still hard to evaluate. SUXES is an evaluation method for collecting subjective metrics with user experiments. It captures both user expectations and user experiences, making it possible to analyze the state of the application and its interaction methods, and compare results.
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