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  • Detecting and Monitoring Mental Fatigue: A review University of Minho Department Of Informatics André Pimenta – apimenta@di.uminho.pt Paulo Novais – pjon@di.uminho.pt José Neves – jneves@di.uminho.pt February 14, 2014 DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 1
  • Contents Motivation Review What is Fatigue? Fatigue Detection Fatigue Measures Physiological Measures Performance Measures Subjective Measures Others Factors Conclusions DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 2
  • Motivation Contribution to CAMCoF Project. Analysis of a Human behavior. Exposure Current systems Different ways of fatigue detection DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 3
  • What is Fatigue? Lack of energy, physical exertion, physical discomfort, lack of motivation, and sleepiness. ◦ Mental fatigue: dificulties with concentration, attention, visual perception, and somnolence. ◦ Physical fatigue: loss of muscle strength, speed or agility, thus limiting the performance of physical tasks. DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 4
  • Categories of Fatigue? ◦ Acute Fatigue: which occurs normally between a pair of major sleep periods. ◦ Cumulative fatigue: which accumulates over period of days or weeks to the insufficient recovery from successive periods of acute fatigue. ◦ Chronic fatigue: Psychoneurotic syndrome characterized by difficulty in committing oneself to an aggressive course of action. DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 5
  • Application Contexts Learning, Work, Productivity, Wellness and Health DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 6
  • Fatigue Detection There are three different ways to detect and monitor mental fatigue: ◦ Physiological Measurements: ◦ Human Performance: ◦ Subjective Measures: DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 7
  • Physiological Measurements A way of measuring mental fatigue is to measure the physiologies responses to behaviours of mental fatigue, response is usually measured by the energy expended in perform a set of tasks. DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 8
  • SmartCap DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 9
  • EyeCheck DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 10
  • Performance Performance decrement due to fatigue may be considered as a function which compares the time on task and the total quantity and/or quality of work performed in a given unit of time. Factors of influence: Task difficulty; Task workload; Motivation; Type of Task; DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 11
  • Fatigue Detection System in Distance Education DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 12
  • Subjective Measures Self-Report Questionares Fatigue Index DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 13
  • Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 14
  • NASA - TLX DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 15
  • Others Factors Age - Defines the mental age of the individual. It is important to understand the expected cognitive abilities of the individual, which may have a tendency to degrade with old age.  Gender - The mental states are different between men and women.  Professional occupation - Many occupations are intrinsically more tiresome or exhausting than others.  Consumption of alcohol and drugs - The use of certain substances for short or prolonged periods may cause dependencies and other effects that lead to a state of mental fatigue. DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 16
  • Conclusions There are three different ways to detect fatigue. Current systems do not consider the environment information. User profile is often not taken into account. Objective measures typically used for vehicle drivers. DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 17
  • Detecting and Monitoring Mental Fatigue: A review University of Minho Department Of Informatics André Pimenta – apimenta@di.uminho.pt Paulo Novais – pjon@di.uminho.pt José Neves – jneves@di.uminho.pt February 14, 2014 DETECTING AND MONITORING MENTAL FATIGUE: A REVIEW 18