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Fri, 01/03/2013

 

  1. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting October 2007 vol. 51 no. 10 597-601
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Date of publication: 
Mon, 01/10/2007
Opportunities Exist to Enhance Management Oversight, Reduce Vulnerabilities in Agency Screening Processes, and Expand Use of the List
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Mon, 01/03/2010
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Tue, 01/09/2009
This paper describes the legal implications of the EU PNR system, focusing in particular on international human rights standards. It is to be hoped that, when preparing the so-called ‘Stockholm programme’, including a new multiannual programme for policies in the field of freedom, security and justice, both the EU institutions and member states will take these standards sufficiently into account.
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Date of publication: 
Fri, 02/03/2012
Using video analyzed from a novel deception experiment, this paper introduces computer vision research in progress that addresses two critical components to computational modeling of deceptive behavior : 1) individual non verbal behavior differences, and 2) deceptive ground truth. Video interviews analyzed for this research were participants recruited as potential hooligans (extreme sports fans) who lied about support for their rival team. From these participants, we will process and extract features representing their faces that will be submitted to slow feature analysis. From this analysis we will identify each person’s unique facial expression and behaviors, and look for systemic variation between truth and deception.
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Tue, 25/04/2017
Book not available online - to be purchased
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Mon, 03/06/2013
Article
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Mon, 01/03/2010

 

Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Spring 2002 vol. 44 no. 1 79-94
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Date of publication: 
Tue, 25/04/2017
Contact: 
Mark Latonero, University of Southern California Annnenberg

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