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The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing

JUCS Special Issue on Trending Breakthroughs in Human-Computer Interaction 2014
Special Issue on "Trending Breakthroughs in Human-Computer Interaction" to be published in the International Journal of Universal Computer Science.
02 April 2014
MAC2014 -- 1st International Workshop on Multimedia Affective Computing
This workshop is to increase the attention of multimedia society on human-centered multimedia computing, where sensing human affect and emotion plays an essential role; present the state-of-the-art research in the related areas; and discuss the challenges and potential opportunities in multimedia affective computing.
CHENGDU, CHINA, 14 July 2014
Distributed Multimedia Systems 2014 - Special Session on Affective Multimedia Systems
Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center, Pittsburgh, USA, 27 August 2014

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ANNEMO: web-based annotation of emotions
ANNEMO (ANNotating EMOtions) is a web-based annotation tool of affective and social behaviors from audiovisual data. In this tool, the annotator has to log in a web-based annotation interface by using a unique identifier and through the Google Chrome web-browser. The interface is split vertically in two parts: a scrolling list of the audiovisual recordings is given on the left side as an html l... 
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Tsang-Long Pao
Tsang-Long Pao
Tatung University
Key research interests:

Speech Emotion Recognition Face Emotion Recognition
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