Oswald Barral
Oswald Barral
Department of Computer Science, The University of British Columbia
Verified email at cs.ubc.ca
TitleCited byYear
The psychophysiology primer: a guide to methods and a broad review with a focus on human–computer interaction
B Cowley, M Filetti, K Lukander, J Torniainen, A Henelius, L Ahonen, ...
Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction 9 (3-4), 151-308, 2016
642016
Predicting Term-Relevance from Brain Signals
MJA Eugster, T Ruotsalo, MM Spapé, I Kosunen, O Barral, N Ravaja, ...
572014
Exploring peripheral physiology as a predictor of perceived relevance in information retrieval
O Barral, MJA Eugster, T Ruotsalo, MM Spapé, I Kosunen, N Ravaja, ...
Proceedings of the 20th international conference on intelligent user …, 2015
272015
Natural brain-information interfaces: Recommending information by relevance inferred from human brain signals
MJA Eugster, T Ruotsalo, MM Spapé, O Barral, N Ravaja, G Jacucci, ...
Scientific reports 6, 38580, 2016
192016
Covert persuasive technologies: bringing subliminal cues to human-computer interaction
O Barral, G Aranyi, S Kouider, A Lindsay, H Prins, I Ahmed, G Jacucci, ...
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 1-12, 2014
112014
Extracting relevance and affect information from physiological text annotation
O Barral, I Kosunen, T Ruotsalo, MM Spapé, MJA Eugster, N Ravaja, ...
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 26 (5), 493-520, 2016
102016
Developing a symbiotic system for scientific information seeking: the mindsee project
L Gamberini, A Spagnolli, B Blankertz, S Kaski, J Freeman, L Acqualagna, ...
International Workshop on Symbiotic Interaction, 68-80, 2015
82015
Applying physiological computing methods to study psychological, affective and motivational relevance
O Barral, G Jacucci
International Workshop on Symbiotic Interaction, 35-46, 2015
72015
How semantic processing of words evokes changes in pupil
P Pluchino, L Gamberini, O Barral, F Minelle
International Workshop on Symbiotic Interaction, 99-112, 2015
52015
No Need to Laugh Out Loud: Predicting Humor Appraisal of Comic Strips Based on Physiological Signals in a Realistic Environment
O Barral, I Kosunen, G Jacucci
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 24 (6), 40:1--40:29, 2017
32017
Influence of Reading Speed on Pupil Size as a Measure of Perceived Relevance
O Barral, I Kosunen, G Jacucci
Proceedings of the Joint Workshop on Personalized Information Access (PIA …, 2014
32014
Exploring the applicability of implicit relevance measures in varying reading speed for adaptive IR systems
O Barral
Helsingfors universitet, 2013
32013
Integrating neurophysiologic relevance feedback in intent modeling for information retrieval
G Jacucci, O Barral, P Daee, M Wenzel, B Serim, T Ruotsalo, P Pluchino, ...
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 2019
22019
Motivational intensity and visual word search: Layout matters
M Filetti, O Barral, G Jacucci, N Ravaja
PloS one 14 (7), e0218926, 2019
2019
Motivational intensity and visual word search
M Filetti, O Barral, G Jacucci, N Ravaja
PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE, 2019
2019
Method and apparatus for information retrieval
M Eugster, T Ruotsalo, M Sovijärvi-spapé, G Jacucci, S Kaski, N Ravaja, ...
US Patent App. 15/271,437, 2018
2018
Implicit Interaction with Textual Information using Physiological Signals
O Barral
University of Helsinki / Helsingin yliopisto, 2018
2018
BCI for Physiological Text Annotation
O Barral, I Kosunen, T Ruotsalo, MM Spapé, MJA Eugster, N Ravaja, ...
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Workshop on An Application-oriented Approach to …, 2017
2017
Real-Time Implicit Relevance Feedback from Brain Activity for Interactive Information Retrieval
O Barral, P Daee, B Serim, M Wenzel, P Pluchino, J Freeman, ...
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 2017
2017
A short review and primer on pupillometry in human computer interaction applications
O Barral
arXiv preprint arXiv:1608.08807, 2016
2016
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