Welcome to Curtis Ikehara's Home Page

  • Papers, Posters, Articles & Patent
    • Paper in Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing (D. D. Mark, C. Ikehara, M. Nield, C. Matsuura, K.Hara, & D. Li, 2014).
      • Validating the impact of teaching pursed-lips breathing with Skypetm: A pilot study
    • Paper at 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2013), Las Vegas, NV (C. S. Ikehara, M. E. Crosby, & P. A. Silva, 2013).
      • Combining Augmented Cognition and Gamification
    • Paper at 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2013), Las Vegas, NV (C. S. Ikehara, J. He & M. E. Crosby, 2013).
      • Issues in Implementing Augmented Cognition and Gamification on a Mobile Platform
    • Paper at E-LEARN 2012 - World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education, Montréal, Québec, October 9-12 (M.B. Ogawa & C. S. Ikehara, 2012).
      • Improving Academic Honesty in Higher Education
    • Paper at World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, 2746-2751, Chesapeake, VA: AACE. (M.B. Ogawa & C. S. Ikehara, 2012).
      • Increasing Academic Accountability for Undergraduate Students Using an On-line Management System
    • Paper at Foundations of Augmented Cognition 2011, 6th International Conference: Directing the Future of Adaptive Systems, part of HCI International 2011, July 2011, Orlando, Florida (C. Ikehara & M. Crosby, 2011).
      • Developing and Automating a Prototype for Assessing Levels of Student Involvement
    • Paper at the 3rd International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, July 2010, Miami, Florida, (M. Crosby & C. Ikehara)
      • Challenges of Using Physiological Measures for Augmenting Human Performance
    • Paper at CHI 2010 Workshop on Brain, Body and Bytes: Psychophysiological User Interaction, April 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, (C. Ikehara & M. Crosby, 2010).
      • Physiological Measures Used for Identification of Cognitive States and Continuous Authentication (i.e., Active Authentication)
    • Paper at 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2009), San Diego, CA, (M. Crosby, C. Ikehara & W. Ark, 2009).
      • Identifying the Nature of Knowledge Using the Pressures Applied to a Computer Mouse
    • Paper at 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2009), San Diego, CA, (C. Ikehara & M. Crosby, 2009).
      • Detecting Intentional Errors Using the Pressures Applied to a Computer Mouse
    • Paper at User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization (UMAP 2009), Trento, Italy, (D. N. Chin, D. Kang and C. Ikehara, 2009).
      • Plan Recognition of Movement, User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization
    • Paper at Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR 2009), NextMed: Design for/the Well Being, Long Beach, CA. (C. S. Ikehara, C. Aschwanden, L. Burgess, K. Montgomery, D. K. C. Mok, 2009).
      • Evaluating a Virtual Reality Motor-Skills Simulator
    • Paper at IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS 2008), Amsterdam, Netherlands (C. S. Ikehara & M. E. Crosby, 2008).
      • Speech-to-Search: Enhancing Internet Communication Utilizing User Generated Keyword Search Terms from Automatic Speech Recognition.
    • US Patent, 2007, C. S. Ikehara and M. E. Crosby, Inventors, Input device to continuously detect biometrics, US Patent # 7,245,218.
    • Paper in Foundations of Augmented Cognition 4th ed., Pub. Strategic Analysis Inc., pages 171-176, (Crosby & Ikehara, 2007).
      • Webcam Eye-Tracking Using a Radial Basis Neural Network
    • Paper in Foundations of Augmented Cognition, Pub. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, Volume 4565/2007, pages 38-46 (Ikehara, Biagioni & Crosby, 2007)
      • Ad-hoc Wireless Body Area Network for Augmented Cognition Sensors
    • Poster and Short paper at Augmented Cognition International Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2006.
      • Using Physiological Measures to Identify Individual Differences in Response to Task Attributes, (Crosby & Ikehara, 2006)
    • Book Chapter in Digital Multimedia Perception and Design, Gheorghita Ghinea  and  Sherry Chen, Chapter 8, Pages 170 -185.
      • Using Real-Time Physiological Monitoring for Assessing Cognitive States (Crosby & Ikehara, 2006)
    • Paper at the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
      • A Suite of Physiological Sensors for Assessing Cognitive States (Ikehara, Crosby & Chin, 2005)
    • Paper at the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'05)
      • Assessing Cognitive Load with Physiological Sensors (Ikehara & Crosby, 2005)
    • Paper at the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2004, Biometric Technology for Human Identification
      • Continuous Identity Authentication Using Multimodal Physiological Sensors (Crosby & Ikehara, April 2004) (i.e., Active Authentication)
    • Paper at 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'04)
      • Modeling and Implementing an Adaptive Human-Computer Interface Using Passive Biosensors (Ikehara, Chin & Crosby, 2004)
    • Short Paper at 2003 - World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications
      • Real-Time Cognitive Load in Educational Multimedia (Ikehara & Crosby, June 2003)
    • Poster at 9th International Conference on User Modeling
      • A Model for Integrating an Adaptive Information Filter Utilizing Biosensor Data to Assess Cognitive Load (Ikehara, Chin & Crosby, June 2003)
    • Papers at 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'03)
      • User Identification Based on the Analysis of the Forces Applied by a User to a Computer Mouse (Ikehara & Crosby, 2003)
      • Methodological Issues of Real Time Data Acquisition from Multiple Sources of Physiological Data (Vick & Ikehara, 2003)
    • In Article - Malamalama "Identified in the Blink of an Eye" (01/2003)
      • http://www.hawaii.edu/magazine/Biometric.html
    • Biometric Conference (11/2002) - Presenter & Discussion Panel Member
    • In Article - Pacific Business News (10/25/2002)
    • Poster at CogSci2002 (08/2002)
      • Measures of Real Time Assessment to use in Adaptive Augmentation (Crosby, Ikehara & Chin, 2002)
    • Poster at Workshop on Perceptive User Interfaces

 

 

  • Teleoperation and Perception Laboratory (1991-2001)
    • Publications
      • C. Ikehara, "A Computer Controlled Stereoscopic Camera Base Used to Assess Visual Depth Judgment Under Orthostereoscopic and Non-orthostereoscopic Conditions" Proceedings of the SPIE/IS&T's Symposium on Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, San Jose, January 2001.
      • C. Ikehara, R.E. Cole, and J.O. Merritt, "Predicting Remote View Performance for Tasks With Different Visual Information Content," Proceedings of the SPIE/IS&T's Symposium on Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, San Jose, January 1996.
      • C. Ikehara, J.O. Merritt, and R.E. Cole, "The Effects of Perspective Distortion in Stereoscopic Video Displays" Proceedings of the SPIE/IS&T's Symposium on Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, San Jose, February 1993.
      • C. Ikehara, J.O. Merritt, and R.E. Cole, "Visual-Motor Correspondence in Stereoscopic Video Displays for Teleoperated Manipulator Tasks," Proceedings of the SPIE/IS&T's Symposium on Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, San Jose, February 1993.
      • R. E. Cole, C. Albert-Thenet, G. J. Taylor, P. Johnson, F. Buzan, J. Ishigo, and C. Ikehara, "Telerobotic field geologist: preliminary results of a feasibility study," Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Engineering, Construction, and Operations in Space, Denver, CO., 1992.
      • J.O. Merritt, R. E. Cole, and C. Ikehara, "Interaction Between Binocular and Monocular Depth Cues In Teleoperation Task Performance," April 1992.
      • R. E. Cole, C. Ikehara, and J.O. Merritt, "A Low Cost Helmet-mounted Camera/display system for Field Testing Teleoperator Performance," SPIE/IS&T's Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Science and Technology, San Jose, February 1992.
      • C. Ikehara, R.E. Cole, and J.O. Merritt, "The Effects of Test Structure on Depth Perception Measurement Tasks", SPIE/IS&T's Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Science and Technology, San Jose, Feb. 1992.
      • J. O. Merritt, R. E. Cole, and C. Ikehara, "A Rapid-Sequential-Positioning Task for Evaluating Motion Parallax and Stereoscopic 3D Cues in Teleoperator Displays," Proceeding of the SCM Conference, Charlottesville, VA, Oct. 1991.
      • R. E. Cole, J. O. Merritt, R. Coleman, and C. Ikehara, "Teleoperator Performance with Virtual Window Display," SPIE/SPSE Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, Conference on Imaging, Feb. 1991.
    • Lab Pictures
      • Computer Controlled Stereoscopic Camera Base with Dual Lasers - Controllable parameters includes: the separation between cameras, convergence angle of cameras, zoom, focus, and aperture. (Pictures: Front, Side with half silvered mirror, Side w/o mirror)
      • LCD Stereoscopic Head-Mounted Display - A prototype to test stereoscopic visual performance with LCD images. (Pictures: 1, 2 & 3)
      • Master-Slave arm used to perform a three-dimensional tapping task.
      • Telerobot with stereoscopic camera pair. (Pictures: Front, Side, Back)
      • Firebot - A prototype robot used to locate and put out small fires. It contained sensors (e.g., thermal, light and sonar) and actuators (motorized wheels, water pump and rotating sonar base) and was controlled by a laptop. (Pictures: Side, Back & Rear)
      • Nitinol Walking Robot - A prototype microcontrolled (68HC11 microcontroller) walking nitinol robot with light sensors. (Pictures: Top & Side)

 

  • Classes at UH Manoa
    • Spring 2013
      • ICS 452 – Software Design for Robotics, Syllabus
    • Fall 2012
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus
      • ICS 464 - Human Computer Interaction I, Syllabus
    • Spring 2012
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus
    • Fall 2011
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus
      • ICS 664 - Human-Computer Interaction II, Syllabus
    • Spring 2011
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus
      • ICS 290 - Computer Science Careers: An exploration of the specialties of computer science with a focus on job hunting skills, Syllabus
    • Fall 2010
    • Spring 2010
      • ICS 290 - Computer Science Careers: An exploration of the specialties of computer science with a focus on job hunting skills, Syllabus
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus, Schedule
    • Fall 2009
    • Spring 2009
    • Fall 2008
    • Spring 2008
    • Fall 2007
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus, Schedule (Canceled due to low enrollment)
      • ICS 463 - Human-Computer Interaction I, Syllabus
    • Spring 2007
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus
      • ICS 664 - Human-Computer Interaction II, Syllabus
    • Fall 2006
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors, Syllabus
      • ICS 464 - Intro to Cognitive Science, Syllabus
    • Classes Previously Taught
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors – Spring 2006, Syllabus
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors - Summer 2002 - Syllabus
      • ICS 331 - Logic Design & Microprocessors - Spring 2002 - Syllabus
      • ICS 491 - Programming Microcontroller Applications with Sensors and Motors - Fall 2001

Syllabus, Outline, Course Schedule and Homework, Parts, Web addresses

 

  • Dissertation Abstract
    • Predicting Visual Depth Judgment from Multiple Discrepant Sources of Depth Information Produced by a Computer Controlled Stereoscopic Camera System. In the dissertation, two models that predict how people combine discrepant sources of depth information into a single depth judgment are compared to actual depth judgments.  Subjects report their perception of object depth while viewing a 3DTV system.  The 3D image is derived from a computer controlled 3D camera system where the operator can manipulate various visual parameters. 

 

  • Masters Thesis Abstract (Psychology)
    • Evaluation of a Teleoperator Performance Model Using a Rapid Sequential Positioning Task. In the thesis, a master-slave telerobotic CRL manipulator arm is used to perform a rapid sequential position task within a three dimensional maze. The study investigated a proposed model of teleoperator performance and the study supported the hypothesis that the quantification of the flow of information can be used to explain human perceptual-motor performance.

 

  • Masters Project Abstract (Public Health)
    • Campbell Industrial Park Air Quality Assurance Sampling Plan Resource Manual. The project was the compilation of an over 800 page resource manual and associated hypertext software which contained a history of the air quality problem, area maps, air contaminants cross reference and air quality monitoring issues.

Contact Information:

  • Curtis S. Ikehara, MPH, PhD (Asst. Professor)
  • University of Hawai'i at Manoa
  • Information and Computer Science Department
  • 1680 East-West Road - POST Building - Room 306B
  • Honolulu, Hawai'i 96822
  • Phone (808) 956-3581
  • FAX (808) 956-3548
  • email: cikehara@hawaii.edu
  • http://www2.hawaii.edu/~cikehara/

Last modified: October 20, 2014