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2011
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Visualisation and prediction of conversation interest through mined social signals

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Visualisation and prediction of conversation interest through mined social signals
— This paper introduces a novel approach to social behaviour recognition governed by the exchange of non-verbal cues between people. We conduct experiments to try and deduce distinct rules that dictate the social dynamics of people in a conversation, and utilise semi-supervised computer vision techniques to extract their social signals such as laughing and nodding. Data mining is used to deduce frequently occurring patterns of social trends between a speaker and listener in both interested and not interested social scenarios. The confidence values from rules are utilised to build a Social Dynamic Model (SDM), that can then be used for classification and visualisation. By visualising the rules generated in the SDM, we can analyse distinct social trends between an interested and not interested listener in a conversation. Results show that these distinctions can be applied generally and used to accurately predict conversational interest.
Dumebi Okwechime, Eng-Jon Ong, Andrew Gilbert, Ric
Added 28 Aug 2011
Updated 28 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where FGR
Authors Dumebi Okwechime, Eng-Jon Ong, Andrew Gilbert, Richard Bowden
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