Brain Informatics: International Conference, BI 2009, Beijing, China, October 22-24, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Brain Informatics, BI 2009, held in Beijing, China, in October 2009.

The 21 revised full-length papers presented together with the abstracts of 6 keynote lectures and 5 papers from a special session were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on information processing meets brain sciences, thinking and perception-centric ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Brain Informatics, BI 2009, held in Beijing, China, in October 2009.

The 21 revised full-length papers presented together with the abstracts of 6 keynote lectures and 5 papers from a special session were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in topical sections on information processing meets brain sciences, thinking and perception-centric investigations of human information processing systems, information technologies for the management and use of brain data, as well as cognition-inspired applications.

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Keynote Talks.- Using Neural Imaging to Inform the Instruction of Mathematics.- Distributed Human-Machine Systems: Progress and Prospects.- Large Scale Reasoning on the Semantic Web: What to Do When Success Is Becoming a Problem.- How Midazolam Can Help Us Understand Human Memory: 3 Illustrations and a Proposal for a New Methodology.- Research on Brain-Like Computer.- A Framework for Machine Learning with Ambiguous Objects.- Special Session on Information Processing Meets Brain Sciences.- Data Compression and Data Selection in Human Vision.- Do Brain Networks Correlate with Intelligence?.- How Were Intelligence and Language Created in Human Brain.- Affective Learning with an EEG Approach.- Some Web Intelligence Oriented Brain Informatics Studies.- Thinking and Perception-centric Investigations of Human Information Processing Systems.- Modelling the Reciprocal Interaction between Believing and Feeling from a Neurological Perspective.- Information Hypothesis: On Human Information Capability Study.- Correlated Size Variations Measured in Human Visual Cortex V1/V2/V3 with Functional MRI.- Effects of Attention on Dynamic Emotional Expressions Processing.- Simulating Human Heuristic Problem Solving: A Study by Combining ACT-R and fMRI Brain Image.- EEG/ERP Meets ACT-R: A Case Study for Investigating Human Computation Mechanism.- Evaluation of Probabilities and Brain Activity - An EEG-Study.- Human Factors Affecting Decision in Virtual Operator Reasoning.- The Effect of Information Forms and Floating Advertisements for Visual Search on Web Pages: An Eye-Tracking Study.- Figural Effects in Syllogistic Reasoning with Evaluation Paradigm: An Eye-Movement Study.- Structured Prior Knowledge and Granular Structures.- Multisensory Interaction of Audiovisual Stimuli on the Central and Peripheral Spatial Locations: A Behavioral Study.- A Functional Model of Limbic System of Brain.- Information Technologies for the Management and Use of Brain Data.- Data Explosion, Data Nature and Dataology.- Reading What Machines “Think”.- Using SVM to Predict High-Level Cognition from fMRI Data: A Case Study of 4*4 Sudoku Solving.- Data-Brain Modeling for Systematic Brain Informatics.- Cognition-inspired Applications.- Combine the Objective Features with the Subjective Feelings in Personal Multi-alternative Decision Making Modeling.- Automatic and Semi-automatic Approaches for Selecting Prominent Spatial Filters of CSP in BCI Applications.- Boosting Concept Discovery in Collective Intelligences.- Segmentation of Heart Image Sequences Based on Human Way of Recognition.

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