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论文:Exploring Temporal Patterns in Classifying Frustrated and Delighted Smiles

Is there a difference between while people smile under frustration as opposed to being genuinely delighted? How do the classifiers perform on recognizing mental states such as frustration and delighted when acted, as well as when elicited? What can we infer from the results about data collected through natural means as opposed to asking people to act? How do humans perform in correctly labeling smiles elicited under frustrated and genuinely delighted? Can we develop automated systems to distinguish between frustrated smiles and delighted smiles that perform better or as good as their human counterpart? This paper attempts to answer all these questions through a series of studies.


M. E. Hoque, D. J. McDuff, R. W Picard, Exploring Temporal Patterns towards Classifying Frustrated and Delighted SmilesIEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2011. [under review]

M. E. Hoque, R. W. Picard, Acted vs. natural frustration and delight: Many people smile in natural frustration9th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG’11), Santa Barbara, CA, USA, March 2011. (PDF: 1693 KB)


Specs that see right through you, by Sally Adee, NewScientist, July 5, 2011.






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Written by cwyalpha

五月 31, 2012 在 4:09 下午

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