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INTERACTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS - SELECTED TOPICS
Code: 11525
ECTS: 6
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Krešimir Ćosić
doc. dr. sc. Siniša Popović
English level:

1,1,1

All teaching activities in the course will be held on English. This level includes courses with multiple groups (i.e., all teaching will be held strictly in Croatian for Croatian groups, and strictly in English for English groups).
Description:
Real time interactive simulation specifications, requirements and system design. Parallelization of complex real time simulation problems using decomposition and partitioning. Verification and validation of embedded real-time computer control systems. Man-in-the-Loop interactive simulations. Virtual reality and affective computing in simulators: intelligent stimuli and scenes generators; multimodal evaluation of cognitive and emotional capabilities; psychophysiology, voice, body movements and facial expression fusion. Virtual reality and stress management, stress inoculation and mental capabilities training. Examples: flight simulators, driving simulators, etc.
Literature:
  1. Ćosić K, Popović S, Kukolja D, Horvat M, Dropuljić B. Physiology-driven adaptive virtual reality stimulation for prevention and treatment of stress related disorders. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2010; 13(1):73-78.
  2. Ćosić K, Popović S, Kovač B, Horvat M, Kukolja D, Dropuljić B, Fabek I, Lolić Z, Popović B. The concept for assessment of pilot mental readiness training. 54th Conference of the International Military Testing Association (IMTA 2012); Dubrovnik, Croatia; N
  3. Ćosić K, Popović S, Fabek I, Kovač B, Radoš M, Radoš M, Vasung L, Judaš M, Kostović I, Šimić G. Pilot fMRI study of neural activation patterns induced by professional military training. Translational Neuroscience 2012; 3(1):46-50.
  4. Kukolja D, Popović S, Dropuljić B, Horvat M, Ćosić K. Real-time emotional state estimator for adaptive virtual reality stimulation. Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2009;5638:175-184, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  5. Virtual Reality Technology; Grigore Burdea and Philippe Coiffet; 2003.; John Wiley & Sons Inc
  6. Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges; Nathaniel I. Durlach, Anne S. Mavor; 1995.; National Academies Press
  7. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach (2nd edition); Stuart J. Russell, Peter Norvig; 2002.; Prentice Hall
  8. The Handbook of Emotion Elicitation and Assessment; James A. Coan and John J. B. Allen; 2007.; Oxford University Press
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