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2007
Springer
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Geometry and Effort in Gestural Renderings of Musical Sound
Abstract. As may be seen at concerts and in various everyday listening situations, people often make spontaneous gestures when listening to music. We believe these gestures are int...
Rolf Inge Godøy
GW
2007
Springer
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Gesture Modelling for Linguistic Purposes
The study of sign languages attempts to create a coherent model that binds the expressive nature of signs conveyed in gestures to a linguistic framework. Gesture modelling offers a...
Guillaume J.-L. Olivrin
GW
2007
Springer
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String Bowing Gestures at Varying Bow Stroke Frequencies: A Case Study
Abstract. The understanding of different bowing strategies can provide key concepts for the modelling of music performance. We report here an exploratory study of bowing gestures f...
Nicolas H. Rasamimanana, Delphine Bernardin, Marce...
GW
2007
Springer
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9 years 1 months ago
Implementing Distinctive Behavior for Conversational Agents
Maurizio Mancini, Catherine Pelachaud
GW
2007
Springer
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9 years 1 months ago
A Qualitative and Quantitative Characterisation of Style in Sign Language Gestures
This paper addresses the identification and representation of the variations induced by style for the synthesis of realistic and convincing expressive gesture sequences. A qualita...
Alexis Heloir, Sylvie Gibet
GW
2007
Springer
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Robust Tracking for Processing of Videos of Communication's Gestures
This paper presents a method of image processing used in a mono-vision system in order to study semiotic gestures. We present a robust method to track the hands and face of a perso...
Frédérick Gianni, Christophe Collet,...
GW
2007
Springer
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Sequential Belief-Based Fusion of Manual and Non-manual Information for Recognizing Isolated Signs
Abstract. This work aims to recognize signs which have both manual and nonmanual components by providing a sequential belief-based fusion mechanism. We propose a methodology based ...
Oya Aran, Thomas Burger, Alice Caplier, Lale Akaru...
GW
2007
Springer
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Representation of Human Postures for Vision-Based Gesture Recognition in Real-Time
In this paper, we present a Vision-Based Interface guided by the user gestures. The advantage of our system is that it is built over a motion capture system that recovers the body ...
Antoni Jaume-i-Capó, Javier Varona, Francis...
GW
2007
Springer
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Gesture Control of Sound Spatialization for Live Musical Performance
This paper presents the development of methods for gesture control of sound spatialization. It provides a comparison of seven popular software spatialization systems from a control...
Mark T. Marshall, Joseph Malloch, Marcelo M. Wande...
GW
2007
Springer
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Gestures to Intuitively Control Large Displays
Large displays are highly suited to support discussions in empirical science. Such displays can display project results on a large digital surface to feed the discussion. This pape...
Wim Fikkert, Paul E. van der Vet, Han Rauwerda, Ti...
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