Annotating State of Mind in Meeting Data

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    Abstract

    We discuss the annotation procedure for mental state and emotion that is under development for the AMI (Augmented Multiparty Interaction) corpus. The categories that were found to be most appropriate relate not only to emotions but also to (meta-)cognitive states and interpersonal variables. The history of the development of the annotation scheme is briefly described. The discussion centers around the presentation of the procedure.
    Original languageUndefined
    Title of host publicationProc. of the LREC2006 Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion and Affect
    EditorsL. Devillers, J-C. Martin, R. Cowie, A. Batliner
    Place of PublicationParis
    PublisherELRA
    Pages84-87
    Number of pages4
    ISBN (Print)not assigned
    Publication statusPublished - May 2006

    Publication series

    Name
    PublisherELRA
    Number10

    Keywords

    • EC Grant Agreement nr.: FP6/506811
    • IR-63742
    • METIS-237686
    • EWI-8376

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    Heylen, D. K. J., Reidsma, D., & Ordelman, R. J. F. (2006). Annotating State of Mind in Meeting Data. In L. Devillers, J-C. Martin, R. Cowie, & A. Batliner (Eds.), Proc. of the LREC2006 Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion and Affect (pp. 84-87). Paris: ELRA.
    Heylen, Dirk K.J. ; Reidsma, Dennis ; Ordelman, Roeland J.F. / Annotating State of Mind in Meeting Data. Proc. of the LREC2006 Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion and Affect. editor / L. Devillers ; J-C. Martin ; R. Cowie ; A. Batliner. Paris : ELRA, 2006. pp. 84-87
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    Heylen, DKJ, Reidsma, D & Ordelman, RJF 2006, Annotating State of Mind in Meeting Data. in L Devillers, J-C Martin, R Cowie & A Batliner (eds), Proc. of the LREC2006 Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion and Affect. ELRA, Paris, pp. 84-87.

    Annotating State of Mind in Meeting Data. / Heylen, Dirk K.J.; Reidsma, Dennis; Ordelman, Roeland J.F.

    Proc. of the LREC2006 Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion and Affect. ed. / L. Devillers; J-C. Martin; R. Cowie; A. Batliner. Paris : ELRA, 2006. p. 84-87.

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    Heylen DKJ, Reidsma D, Ordelman RJF. Annotating State of Mind in Meeting Data. In Devillers L, Martin J-C, Cowie R, Batliner A, editors, Proc. of the LREC2006 Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion and Affect. Paris: ELRA. 2006. p. 84-87