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The CITEC Open Research Server hosts Open Source software and Open Data projects related to cognitive interaction evolved from the research at the Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology . We invite you to use our software and databases for your projects and collaborate with us in development.
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Hand trajectory data (2014-03-24 12:07)
This archive contains the hand trajectory data of 25 participants. During the experiments, each participant completed several of the obstacle point configurations. These point configurations are detailed in the figure which can be found in the README contained in the zip file and can also be found in the MAT file 'pointConfigurations.mat'....
- USAGE sentiment analysis corpus (2014-03-06 14:37)
ReSEED (Social Event dEtection Dataset) (2014-02-17 11:54)
This dataset comprises 200 natural language questions over DBpedia 3.8, annotated with SPARQL queries and answers. It was part of the QALD-3 open challenge: questions 1-100 constitute the training question set and questions 101-200 constitute the test question set. ...
QALD-3 (Query over Linked Data) (2014-02-05 10:04)
Multilingual Question Answering over Linked Data: QALD-3 Dataset: This dataset comprises 200 natural language questions over DBpedia 3.8, annotated with SPARQL queries and answers. It was part of the QALD-3 open challenge: questions 1-100 constitute the training question set and questions 101-200 constitute the test question set....
FuncSim (scanpath similarity method) (2014-02-05 10:00)
On this page you will find the Matlab code of our functionally sequenced scanpath similarity method that compares and evaluates scanpath similarity according to a task's inherent sequence of functional units. FuncSim reveals whether gaze characteristics are similar in the same functional units of a task, opposed to when participants are engaged in different functional units of the task. In addition, it calculates a random baseline, i.e. similarity of one of the observed scanpaths to its scrambled derivative....