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A Bayesian Filtering Approach for Tracking Arousal from Binary and Continuous Skin Conductance Features.

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Summary of "A Bayesian Filtering Approach for Tracking Arousal from Binary and Continuous Skin Conductance Features."

Neuroanatomical structures within the cortical and sub-cortical brain regions process emotion and cause subsequent variations in signals such as skin conductance and electrocardiography. The signals often encode information in their continuous-valued amplitudes or waves as well as in their underlying impulsive events. We propose to track psychological arousal from this hybrid source of skin conductance information.

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Name: IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
ISSN: 1558-2531
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