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17 Feb 2021,

Special issue: Information Processing for Understanding Human Attentional and Affective States

SIP Call for papers

Special Issue for APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing Topic of the special issue: Information Processing for Understanding Human Attentional and Affective States

Submission deadline: June 30th, 2021

Brief description:

Recent advances in sensing technology allow us to access various physiological signals such as eye movements, brain activity, and so on. While there are many reports suggesting that those signals reflect our attentional and affective states, it is still a challenging issue to estimate those states from the physiological signals recorded during a behavioral task, mainly because of individual variability and motion artifacts. The special issue calls for papers that discuss the methods to solve the issues and their application to estimate human attentional and affective states. In addition to those topics, we welcome papers that address basic studies (e.g. model simulations, animal experiments, brain-inspired computing and so on) as long as they are related to the regulation of attentional and affective states.

List of topics (but not limited to):
- Behavior analysis of human and animals
- Biological signal processing
- Biomakers for mental disorders
- Brain-inspired computing
- Estimation/prediction of attentional and affective states
- Psychometric indices

Editor(s) of the special issue:

Junichiro Yoshimoto (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)

Takatomi Kubo (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Unaizah Obaidellah (University of Malaya, Malaysia

Kenji Yokotani (Tokushima University, Japan

Kentaro Katahira (Nagoya University, Japan

Yuki Maruno (Kyoto Women's University, Japan)