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Clémentine François - Publications ORBI
Massoz, Q., Langohr, T., François, C., & Verly, J. (2016). The ULg Multimodality Drowsiness Database (called DROZY) and examples of use. Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV).
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Drowsiness is a major cause of accidents, in particular in road transportation. It is thus crucial to develop robust drowsiness monitoring systems. There is a widespread agreement that the best way to monitor ...
Berastegui, P., Piette, C., François, C., Langohr, T., Blavier, A., Wertz, J., Verly, J., & Nyssen, A.-S. (2015, July 29). How novice and expert drivers adjust their driving behavior when they feel drowsy? Poster session presented at 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics.
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This paper aims to explore adaptive behaviors developed by drivers to prevent drowsiness. Specifically, we postulate that driving expertise is associated with better drowsiness awareness, allowing experts to ...
Wertz, J., François, C., & Verly, J. (2014, July). Validation of a new automatic drowsiness quantification system for drivers. Poster session presented at 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Krakow, Poland.
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Drowsiness is a major cause of various types of accidents, and particularly of driving accidents. Scientific studies report that drowsiness would be responsible for 20 to 30% of driving accidents. Drowsiness ...
Blavier, A., Montagnino, C., Wertz, J., François, C., Verly, J., & Nyssen, A.-S. (2014, May 27). Detection of eye movements specific to drowsiness and their relation with subjective assessment: A cognitive ergonomic approach. Poster session presented at Annual Meeting of the Belgian Psychological Society, Leuven, Belgium.
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Drowsiness is one of the major factors explaining accidents, particularly in traffic accidents but also in work situations with serious consequences (e.g. medicine). The drowsiness may be assessed by diverse ...
Kirkove, M., François, C., & Verly, J. (2014). Comparative evaluation of existing and new methods for correcting ocular artifacts in electroencephalographic recordings. Signal Processing, 98(C), 102-120.
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EEG signals are often contaminated by ocular artifacts (OAs), in particular when they are recorded for a subject that is, in principle, awake, such as in a study of drowsiness. It is generally desirable to ...
Kirkove, M., François, C., Libotte, A., & Verly, J. (2013, February). Performance evaluation of methods for correcting ocular artifacts in electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings. Paper presented at 6th International Conference on Bio-inspired Systems and Signal Processing (BIOSIGNALS 2013), Barcelona, Spain.
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The presence of ocular artifacts (OA) due to eye movements and eye blinks is a major problem for the analysis of electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings in most applications. A large variety of ...