Sciweavers

Share
9 search results - page 1 / 2
» Cross-cultural differences in recognizing affect from body p...
Sort
View
IWC
2006
165views more  IWC 2006»
10 years 1 months ago
Cross-cultural differences in recognizing affect from body posture
Conveyance and recognition of human emotion and affective expression is influenced by many factors, including culture. Within the user modeling field, it has become increasingly n...
Andrea Kleinsmith, P. Ravindra De Silva, Nadia Bia...
ACII
2007
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
Recognizing Affective Dimensions from Body Posture
The recognition of affective human communication may be used to provide developers with a rich source of information for creating systems that are capable of interacting well with ...
Andrea Kleinsmith, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze
SAINT
2006
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Cross-Cultural Study of Avatar Expression Interpretations
Avatars are increasingly used to express our emotions in our online communications. Such avatars are based on the assumption that avatar expressions are interpreted universally am...
Tomoko Koda, Toru Ishida
IWIC
2007
Springer
10 years 7 months ago
Cross-Cultural Study of Avatars' Facial Expressions and Design Considerations Within Asian Countries
Avatars are increasingly used to express our emotions in our online communications. Such avatars are used based on the assumption that avatar expressions are interpreted universall...
Tomoko Koda
ICIP
2005
IEEE
11 years 2 months ago
Static human body postures recognition in video sequences using the belief theory
This paper presents a system that can automatically recognize four different static human body postures in video sequences. The considered postures are standing, sitting, squattin...
Alice Caplier, Laurent Bonnaud, Michèle Rom...
books