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Mathias Wilhelm

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Forschungsschwerpunkte

Gesture-based interaction
Algorithms for gesture recognition
Action anylsis in continuous signals
Maschine learning

Aktuelle Projektbeteiligung

UHCI
Zertifizierungsprogramm Smart Home + Building

Persönliche Angaben

I am a Ph.D. student at the DAI-Labor of the Technische Universität Berlin. I am working in the HCI group of the DAI-Labor and participated in several research projects funded e.g. by the German government or industrial partners. My research focuses on different aspects of gesture-based interaction. In particular I am interested in gesture algorithms for accelerometer-based devices and vision systems, the automatic segmentation of continuous signals to recognize meaningful patterns (e.g. gestures) and the application of gestures for natural interaction in smart home environments. Currently I examine issues of a fast trainable and user-independent gesture recognition approach using accelerometers and work on the development of multi-touch interfaces.

Publikationen

2015

eRing: Multiple Finger Gesture Recognition with one Ring Using an Electric Field
Mathias Wilhelm , Daniel Krakowczyk, Frank Trollmann, Sahin Albayrak
In: Proceedings of the 2Nd International Workshop on Sensor-based Activity Recognition and Interaction (WOAR'15); 2015

2013

Whole hand modeling using 8 wearable sensors: biomechanics for hand pose prediction
Christopher-Eyk Hrabia, Katrin Wolf, Mathias Wilhelm
In: AH13 Proceedings of the 4th Augmented Human International Conference; 2013

2012

A generic context aware gesture recognition framework for smart environments
Mathias Wilhelm
In: IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PERCOM Workshops); 2012

Tactical Information Visualization for Operation Managers in Mass Casualty Incidents
Mathias Wilhelm, Eva Burneleit, Sahin Albayrak
In: Proceedings of the Workshop on AmI for Crisis Management (AmI4CM 2012), CEUR-WS.org, Vol. 953; 2012

2011

Flaw: Seamless Microinteractions for Enriched Drawing Experience
Katrin Wolf, Mathias Wilhelm
In: World Haptics 2011; 2011

Improved Gesture Trajectory Reconstruction from Acceleration Values for a Device Independent Gesture Recognition Approach
Mathias Wilhelm, Dirk Roscher, Sahin Albayrak
In: Proceedings of the 9th International Gesture Workshop (GW2011), May 25-27, 2011, Athens, Greece, ISBN 978-960-466-075-9; 2011

Body, movement, gesture \& tactility in interaction with mobile devices
Sven Kratz, Michael Rohs, Katrin Wolf, Jörg Müller, Mathias Wilhelm, Carolina Johansson, Jakob Tholander, Jarmo Laaksolahti
In: MobileHCI 2011, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services; 2011

2010

A Trajectory-based Approach for Device Independent Gesture Recognition in Multimodal User Interfaces
Mathias Wilhelm, Marco Blumendorf, Dirk Roscher, Sahin Albayrak
In: HAID2010: Proceedings of the fifth International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design 2010. Vol. 1, Copenhagen, Denmark; 2010

A Novel Approach for Device Independent Gesture Recognition
Mathias Wilhelm
In: DAI-Labor/TU-Berlin; 2010

2009

A Novel Approach for Device Independent Gesture Recognition
Mathias Wilhelm, Marco Blumendorf, Dirk Roscher, Sahin Albayrak
In: HAID2009: Proceedings of the fourth International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design 2009. Vol. 2, Dresden, Germany; 2009

2008

Emotional speech in the context of entertainment robots. The effect of different emotions on users' perceptions.
Olaf Kroll-Peters, Simon Rauterberg, Ugur Sürücü, Andreas Unterstein and Mathias Wilhelm
In: IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS2008); 2008

Improvement of speech recognition for robots using blind signal separation
Daniel Bicher, Olaf Kroll-Peters, Thebin Lee, Natascha Tiotuico, Mathias Wilhelm
In: Proceedings of the 8th conference on Signal processing, computational geometry and artificial vision.; 2008