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IJMMS
2007
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13 years 2 months ago
How emotion is made and measured
How we design and evaluate for emotions depends crucially on what we take emotions to be. In affective computing, affect is often taken to be another kind of information - discret...
Kirsten Boehner, Rogério de Paula, Paul Dou...
ENGL
2008
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13 years 2 months ago
The Creation of a Chinese Emotion Ontology Based on HowNet
Full comprehension of language comes about by understanding the meaning and the emotion behind the communication. Understanding the meaning of language is the goal of natural lang...
Jiajun Yan, David B. Bracewell, Fuji Ren, Shingo K...
IJSE
2010
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12 years 12 months ago
Modeling the Experience of Emotion
Affective computing has proven to be a viable field of research comprised of a large number of multidisciplinary researchers resulting in work that is widely published. The majori...
Joost Broekens
NORDICHI
2006
ACM
13 years 8 months ago
The FaceReader: measuring instant fun of use
Recently, more and more attention has been paid to emotions in the domain of Human-Computer Interaction. When evaluating a product, one can no longer ignore the emotions a product...
Bieke Zaman, Tara Shrimpton-Smith
IJCAI
2007
13 years 4 months ago
Emotions as Durative Dynamic State for Action Selection
Human intelligence requires decades of full-time training before it can be reliably utilised in modern economies. In contrast, AI agents must be made reliable but interesting in r...
Emmanuel Tanguy, Philip J. Willis, Joanna Bryson