Dr. Carol Kuhlthau speaks about what went behind the scenes of creation of one of the most cited theoretical frameworks in the field of Information Science. In fact, the key theoretical frameworks in my dissertation was Dr. Kuhlthau’s ISP Model 🙂
“She is internationally known for her groundbreaking research on the Information Search Process and for the ISP model of affective, cognitive and physical aspects in six stages of information seeking and use.” https://comminfo.rutgers.edu/kuhlthau-carol-c
Exploring the potential of convolutional neural networks in EEG data classification and what this could mean for the future of EEG signal data research. Summary workflow diagram excerpted from the below paper on DL in EEG. This paper has reviewed 90 published papers and provides a workflow diagram of DL in EEG classification.
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Sharing a summary of below paper on DL in EEG. This paper has reviewed 90 published papers and provides a workflow diagram of DL in EEG classification. For those interested in using EEG data in deep learning techniques, this diagram seems like a great starting point to help determine what works best for your goals and objectives of your research or project.
“Task-specific deep learning recommendation diagram. The workflow begins with task type (with connected boxes indicating the task’s general deep learning architecture recommendation) and leads into deep learning architecture characteristic recommendations, which can serve as the starting point for designing deep learning architectures in future research.”
How I used some of the findings of my dissertation to compose electronic music (using Ableton Live) to help steer brainwaves towards specific frequencies found to be detected in the brain when we seeking knowledge and information.
Overview of the thesis paper. What happens with our brainwaves when we are curious about things and look for knowledge and information? What types of brainwaves do we emanate when we seek information? And do these waves change when we feel positive vs negative before seeking knowledge?