Comfortable space management based on biometrical information

Junzo Watada, Naoyoshi Yubazaki

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    Abstract

    It is difficult to define a comfortable space for people. It is partly because comfortableness relates to many attributes specifies a space, partly because all people have different preference, and also because even the same person changes his/her preference according the state of their health, body conditions, working state and so on. Various parameters and attributes should be controlled in order to realize such a comfortable space according the data-base of past usages. Information obtained form human bodies such as temperature, blood press, α wave and etc. can be employed to adjust the space to the best condition. The objective of the paper is to present the possibility that a space can be adjustable to human condition based on human brainwaves.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Proceedings
    Pages298-303
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    Event2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Faro
    Duration: 2005 Sep 12005 Sep 3

    Other

    Other2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing
    CityFaro
    Period05/9/105/9/3

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    Keywords

    • Comfortable space
    • Fuzzy control
    • Kansei engineering
    • Living body measurement
    • Neural network

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Watada, J., & Yubazaki, N. (2005). Comfortable space management based on biometrical information. In 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Proceedings (pp. 298-303). [1531675]

    Comfortable space management based on biometrical information. / Watada, Junzo; Yubazaki, Naoyoshi.

    2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Proceedings. 2005. p. 298-303 1531675.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Watada, J & Yubazaki, N 2005, Comfortable space management based on biometrical information. in 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Proceedings., 1531675, pp. 298-303, 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing, Faro, 05/9/1.
    Watada J, Yubazaki N. Comfortable space management based on biometrical information. In 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Proceedings. 2005. p. 298-303. 1531675
    Watada, Junzo ; Yubazaki, Naoyoshi. / Comfortable space management based on biometrical information. 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Signal Processing - Proceedings. 2005. pp. 298-303
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