Technical Program

BIO-L.1: Signal Processing for Rehabilitation & Assistive Systems

Symposium: Advanced Bio-Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Medical Cyber-Physical Systems
Session Type: Lecture
Time: Tuesday, November 27, 11:00 - 12:30
Location: Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1
Session Chair: Farokh Atashzar, University of Western Ontario
 
11:00 - 11:18
BIO-L.1.1: ADAPTIVE CSP FOR USER INDEPENDENCE IN MI-BCI PARADIGM FOR UPPER LIMB STROKE REHABILITATION
         Ana P. Costa; Technical University of Denmark
         Jakob S. Møller; Technical University of Denmark
         Helle K. Iversen; Glostrup Hospital
         Sadasivan Puthusserypady; Technical University of Denmark
 
11:18 - 11:36
BIO-L.1.2: ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR INTRAOPERATIVE LOCALIZATION OF SUBTHALAMIC NUCLEUS DURING DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION SURGERY
         Mahsa Khosravi; University of Western Ontario
         Seyed Farokh Atashzar; University of Western Ontario
         Greydon Gilmore; University of Western Ontario
         Mandar S. Jog; University of Western Ontario
         Rajni V. Patel; University of Western Ontario
 
11:36 - 11:54
BIO-L.1.3: HUMAN ACTIVITY CLASSIFICATION INCORPORATING EGOCENTRIC VIDEO AND INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNIT DATA
         Yantao Lu; Syracuse University
         Senem Velipasalar; Syracuse University
 
11:54 - 12:12
BIO-L.1.4: THE ROLE OF ACCELEROMETER AND GYROSCOPE SENSORS IN IDENTIFICATION OF MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
         Migyeong Gwak; University of California, Los Angeles
         Ellen Woo; University of California, Los Angeles
         Majid Sarrafzadeh; University of California, Los Angeles
 
12:12 - 12:30
BIO-L.1.5: CNN-BASED ACTION RECOGNITION USING ADAPTIVE MULTISCALE DEPTH MOTION MAPS AND STABLE JOINT DISTANCE MAPS
         Junyou He; Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
         Hailun Xia; Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
         Chunyan Feng; Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
         Yunfei Chu; Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications