Friday 13th May 2011 – Dr Simon Rogers

Dr Simon Rogers – University of Glasgow

Probablistic Models for Captive Touch

In this talk I will present some of the work being done in the new Inference, Dynamics, and Interaction group, at the University of Glasgow. In particular, we are interested in using probabilistic inference to improve interaction technology on handheld devices (particularly with touch screens). I will show how we are using sequential Monte-Carlo techniques to infer distributions over user inputs which can be (1) augmented with applications to provide a smooth handover of control between the human and device and (2) used to extract additional information regarding touch interactions and subsequently improve touch accuracy.

School of Computing, Robert Gordon University, St Andrew Street, Aberdeen, Lecture Room C48, 14:00 – 15:00.

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