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2005
Springer

Strategies using Facial Expressions and Gaze Behaviors for Animated Agents

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Strategies using Facial Expressions and Gaze Behaviors for Animated Agents
This paper presents two strategies for selecting volitional facial expressions and gaze behaviors of animated agents, in the case of Online Negotiation and Soft Game Theory. It is difficult to make general models select volitional facial expressions for their use in many kinds of applications. In this paper, in order to develop these strategies, I investigated the effects of facial expressions and gaze behaviors through experiments based on Online Negotiation and Game Theory. I describe strategies by using estimations of reserve prices based on facial expressions in the case of Online Negotiation. Additionally, I deal with Soft Game Theory, which considers players’ emotions, and describe strategies for using facial expressions. We can apply these strategies to animated agents and robots as a mechanism to select facial expressions and gaze behaviors.
Masahide Yuasa
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AMIRE
Authors Masahide Yuasa
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