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Oculomotor Plant Biometrics: Person-Specific Features in Eye Movements Ukwatta Sam Jayarathna ±, Cecilia Aragon *, Oleg Komogortsev ± * Lawrence Berkeley.

and tremendous lows. Bahill, Oculomotor Coefficients, & Error Minimization Bahill (Development, Validation, and Sensitivity Analysis of Human Eye Movement Models, 1980) Coefficients in the Bahills model are derived from the data from one patient during / Eye Movement features & Classification Output features: Oculomotor coefficient vector (Average, Std, and CoV value for each coefficient) What next???? Classification Training Samples Vs Testing Samples Possible Algorithms: K-NN, C4.5, Naïve Bayes Work /


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Lenses  Lenses are transparent objects that are used to refract light to help form an image  There are two types of lenses: 1.

4 external attached muscles which control the eye movement. The human eye has six. The additional muscles allow humans the ability to “roll” and move their eyes in all directions.  Although the muscles of each eye work collectively as a team, the eyes themselves do not focus or work together until months after birth. Most people have one dominant eye.  Which eye is your dominant eye? 5. Movie Projector - film has images inverted/


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-dominance). Pedigree Analysis Shea Family Pedigree-Blue/non-blue eyes Shea Family Pedigree-ADD/non-ADD A Pedigree of a Dominant Human Trait A Pedigree of a Recessive Human Trait Note that the trait can appear in offspring of parents without the trait. Heterozygotes (hybrids) who do /are “turned on” in each cell vary depending on the cell’s function. These are the numbers of working genes in different parts of the body. Brain 3195 White blood cell 2164 Liver 2091 Heart 1195 Pancreas 1094 Bone 904 Colon 879 /


1.Circulatory System (heart, blood, vessels) 2.Respiratory System (nose, trachea, lungs) 3.Immune System (many types of protein, cells, organs, tissues)

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stage lighting technicians (and your role in anticipating their decisions), we will now explore, in more depth, the concepts of visible light perception, and the work of the human eye in detecting and transmitting color information to the thinking-interpreting brain. Simple Color Addition: What the Eye "Sees" In the following discussion we will explore color mixing, make predictions, and test them using a color-mixing/


Light The Human Perception of Color. Color : what to learn in this lesson Color isn’t “real”, it is a figment of our imagination Color only “exists” in.

are the PRIMARY COLORS ? Based on the way the human eye works we synthesize “colors” in our brain. The human mind creates our color palate. In practice, it only takes three colors: BLUE GREEN RED to “see” all of the colors known to humans. Primary colors of light Examples of 3 color process: Called “color by addition”: adding colors of light. Television sets and computer monitors: all are “RGB/


The Senses Our SENSES tell us: What is out in the environment? How much is out there? Is there more or less of it than before? Where is it? Is it changing.

to light as the rods. - cones are most sensitive to one of three different colors (green, red or blue); perception of color; work in bright light. - fine details. - 6 million cones in the human retina. Color Cards Vision – The Eye Location of Rods vs Cones? + + Movement? Color? Detail? 3 Vision – The Eye Ishihara Colorblindness Tests Vision – The Eye Optic Disk – no photoreceptors!  Vision – The Brain Right  Left Left/


Sex Linkage, and Sex Determination

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The Human Eye: Structures. We will look at the following parts:

too small Light focused behind retina Corrected with converging lenses Far-Sighted (Hyperopia) Focusing Problems PRESBYOPIA Form of far-sightedness Harder for people to read as they age Lens loses elasticity Corrected by glasses with /Human Eye Works” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn6v3SkH0LI The Human Eye and How it Works (22:59) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28NysX8JHDo Optical Illusions Can your eyes/brain be tricked? The Human Eye Your eyes are about to get a workout. Have you stretched your eye/


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Visually-induced auditory spatial adaptation in monkeys and humans Norbert Kopčo Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Duke University Hearing Research Center,

effects observed at different temporal scales  likely adaptation at multiple stages Future work Examine temporal and spatial factors influencing the eye- centered modulation. Look at other trained sub-regions. Midbrain Pons Cerebrum Thalamus Midbrain Pons Thalamus (Kandel, Schwartz, Jessel) and (Purves) 23 of 27 Nov 2, 2007BU HRC Humans: temporal profile In humans, multiple effects observed at different temporal scales  likely adaptation at multiple stages/


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Imaging Science FundamentalsChester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science The Human Visual System The Eye.

Imaging Science FundamentalsChester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science The Human Visual System The Eye Imaging Science FundamentalsChester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science In this section... u Anatomy of human eye u Image formation by human eye u Method of light detection u Retinal processing u Eye optical defects and diseases Imaging Science FundamentalsChester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science Human Visual System Image formation Exposure Control DetectionProcessing Cornea Lens/


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