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What to add to the Know-how melting pot

The HUMAINE know-how melting pot is aimed to become the most informative source of information about all things related to emotion and human-machine interaction research. It is designed to gather the know-how from the different disciplines represented in HUMAINE.

Who is the audience?

The know-how melting pot is targeted at researchers interested in gaining a deepened understanding of aspects of emotion and HMI research which are not their own specialism. An obvious audience are your fellow participants in HUMAINE, but also other interested researchers.

Therefore, content should be scientific but rather on an overview level -- it should point to the most relevant literature for the details, not replace the literature altogether.

Relevant types of content

The following types of content are most suitable for the know-how melting pot:
  • Concise overview articles of a research area
  • Review and comparison articles of approaches and vocabulary
  • Literature references (see Wiki good practice for recommendations)
  • References to other sources of information:

Relevant topics

If a topic is directly or indirectly related to research on emotions and human-machin interaction, it should be added to the know-how melting pot. Examples for such topics are:
  • Emotion theory
  • Computational models of emotion
  • Emotions in speech
  • Affective text generation and analysis
  • Facial expression of emotion
  • Gesture research
  • Physiology of emotions
  • Research methodologies applied in gathering emotional databases
  • Affective dialogue systems
  • Embodied conversational agents
  • Emotions in action planning
  • Effects of emotions on cognition
  • Social functions of emotion expression
  • Humour
  • Usability of emotion-related systems
  • Ethical implications of emotion-enabled machines
  • ...

What not to add to the Know-how melting pot

Things that do not belong into the know-how melting pot:

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