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Human Computer Confluence by Andrea Gaggioli, et al.

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Human Computer Confluence
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 3110471124
ISBN-13: 9783110471120
Number of pages: 330

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Human computer confluence is a research area aimed at developing an effective, even transparent, bidirectional communication between humans and computers, which has the potential to enable new forms of sensing, perception, interaction, and understanding. This book provides a groundbreaking collection of chapters exploring the science, technology and applications of HCC, bringing together experts in neuroscience, psychology and computer science.

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