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Article

Bird, Jordan, Faria, Diego, Manso, Luis J., Ekárt, Anikó and Buckingham, Christopher D (2019). A Deep Evolutionary Approach to Bioinspired Classifier Optimisation for Brain-Machine Interaction. Complexity , (In Press)

Premebida, Cristiano, Faria, Diego R. and Nunes, Urbano (2017). Dynamic Bayesian network for semantic place classification in mobile robotics. Autonomous Robots, 41 (5), pp. 1161-1172.

Nunes, Urbano Miguel, Faria, Diego R. and Peixoto, Paulo (2017). A human activity recognition framework using max-min features and key poses with differential evolution random forests classifier. Pattern Recognition Letters, 99 , pp. 21-31.

Book Section

Faria, Diego, Premebida, Cristiano, Manso, Luis J., Ribeiro, Eduardo P. and Nunez, Pedro (2018). Multimodal Bayesian Network for Artificial Perception. IN: Bayesian Networks. InTech.

Coppola, Claudio, Cosar, Serhan, Faria, Diego R. and Bellotto, Nicola (2017). Automatic Detection of Human Interactions from RGB-D Data for Social Activity Classification. IN: IEEE RO-MAN'17: IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Lisbon, Portugal. IEEE.

Faria, Diego R., Faria, Fernanda C. C. and Premebida, Cristiano (2017). Towards multimodal affective expression:merging facial expressions and body motion into emotion. IN: IEEE RO-MAN'17: Workshop Proceedings on Artificial Perception, Machine Learning and Datasets for Human-Robot Interaction (ARMADA'17), pp.16-20. IEEE.

Faria, Diego R., Vieira, Mario, Faria, Fernanda C. C. and Premebida, Cristiano (2017). Affective facial expressions recognition for human-robot interaction. IN: IEEE RO-MAN'17: IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Lisbon, Portugal. IEEE.

Faria, Diego Resende, Vieira, Mario and Faria, Fernanda C.C. (2017). Towards the development of affective facial expression recognition for human-robot interaction. IN: ACM PETRA'17: 10th International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (NOTION: Human Behaviour Monitoring, Interpretation and Understanding). New York, NY (US): ACM.

Coppola, Claudio, Faria, Diego R., Nunes, Urbano and Bellotto, Nicola (2016). Social activity recognition based on probabilistic merging of skeleton features with proximity priors from RGB-D data. IN: IROS 2016 - 2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. Proceedings . IEEE.

Faria, Diego R., Premebida, Cristiano and Nunes, Urbano (2014). A Probabilistic Approach for Human Everyday Activities Recognition using Body Motion from RGB-D Images. IN: IEEE RO-MAN'14: IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication. Edinburgh-Scotland. * Finalist for Kazuo Tanie Award. IEEE.

Martins, Ricardo, Faria, Diego R. and Dias, Jorge (2012). Representation framework of perceived object softness characteristics for active robotic hand exploration. IN: ACM/IEEE HRI'2012: Workshop on Advances in Tactile Sensing and Touch based Human-Robot Interaction, Boston, USA. UNSPECIFIED.

Faria, Diego R., Martins, Ricardo, Lobo, Jorge and Dias, Jorge (2012). A probabilistic framework to detect suitable grasping regions on objects. IN: UNSPECIFIED IFAC Proceedings Volumes . UNSPECIFIED.

Faria, Diego R. and Dias, Jorge (2009). 3D Hand Trajectory Segmentation by Curvatures and Hand Orientation for Classification through a Probabilistic Approach. IN: UNSPECIFIED IEEE.

Conference or Workshop Item

Nunes, U. M., Faria, D. R. and Peixoto, P. (2016). Human Activity Recognition using Max-Min Skeleton-based Features and Key Poses. IN: IEEE RO-MAN'16: Workshop on Behavior Adaptation, Interaction and Learning for Assistive Robotics (BAILAR). 2016-08-26 - 2016-08-31.

Other

Faria, Diego Resende (2014). Probabilistic Learning of Human Manipulation of Objects towards Autonomous Robotic Grasping. UNSPECIFIED.

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