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Marker based Facial Tracking Application in Communication Disorder Research
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering.University of Canterbury. Department of Communication Disorders., 2007)
An infrared reflective marker tracking system is introduced in this paper. This system is designed to measure facial muscle movement for communication disorder research. The extent and timing of jaw opening and lip ...
Evaluating the effectiveness of feedback in SQL-Tutor
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering., 2000)
We present an evaluation of various kinds of feedback in SQL-Tutor. Our initial hypothesis was that low-level feedback, containing all the details of a correct solution would be contra-productive, ...
Evaluating the effects of open student models on learning
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering., 2002)
In previous work , we reported on an experiment performed in the context of SQL-Tutor, in which we analysed students’ self-assessment skills. This preliminary study revealed that more able students were better ...
Revisiting 2D vs 3D Implications on Spatial Memory
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering., 2004)
Prior research has shown that the efficient use of graphical user interfaces strongly depends on human capabilities for spatial cognition. Although it is tempting to believe that moving from two- to three-dimensional user ...