Automatic Measurement of Affect in Dimensional and Continuous Spaces: Why, What, and How?

Hatice Gunes, Maja Pantic

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    Abstract

    This paper aims to give a brief overview of the current state-of-the-art in automatic measurement of affect signals in dimensional and continuous spaces (a continuous scale from -1 to +1) by seeking answers to the following questions: i) why has the field shifted towards dimensional and continuous interpretations of affective displays recorded in real-world settings? ii) what are the affect dimensions used, and the affect signals measured? and iii) how has the current automatic measurement technology been developed, and how can we advance the field?
    Original languageUndefined
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 7th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research, Measuring Behavior 2010
    EditorsA.J. Spink, F Grieco, O.E. Krips, L.W.S. Loijens, L.P.J.J. Noldus, P.H. Zimmerman
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherNoldus
    Pages122-126
    Number of pages5
    ISBN (Print)978-90-74821-86-5
    Publication statusPublished - 27 Aug 2010
    Event7th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research 2010 - Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Duration: 24 Aug 201027 Aug 2010
    Conference number: 7
    http://www.measuringbehavior.org/mb2010/

    Publication series

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    PublisherNoldus

    Conference

    Conference7th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research 2010
    Abbreviated titleMB 2010
    CountryNetherlands
    CityEindhoven
    Period24/08/1027/08/10
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    Keywords

    • METIS-276345
    • Automatic measurement of human affect
    • IR-75895
    • EWI-19505
    • EC Grant Agreement nr.: FP7/211486
    • dimensional and continuous affect recognition
    • HMI-MI: MULTIMODAL INTERACTIONS
    • multicue and multimodal affect recognition

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