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The WP5 Workshop

'The WP5 Workshop took place in Belfast in December. An overview is available and the program (with links to the papers given) can be viewed below.'

 

HUMAINE: WP5 Workshop

30.11.04 - 03.12.04



DAY 1 Tuesday 30th November (Arrival)




7.30 - 9.30 pm


Reception and Registration

QUB Visitor.s Centre, Lanyon Building, Main Campus, University Road, Belfast



All meetings take place in Room 253, 2nd floor David Keir Building, Malone Road,

Belfast, unless otherwise stated.

 


DAY 2 Wednesday 1st December (Focus on Data Collection)


9.30 - 10.30

Introduction: Plans for the WP5 exemplar and support to other workpackages (Ellen Douglas-Cowie)

10.30 - 11.00

Coffee

11.00-1.00

Chair

Ellen Douglas-Cowie

Contextualising the exemplar: other related projects


Data collection in the CREST project: goals and progress

(Nick Campbell, ATR Japan)

Audiovisual prosody in problematic dialogue situations

(Marc Swerts, Communication & Cognition, Tilburg University

Experience of the PF- Star project

(1), (2), (3), (4)

(Anton Batliner)

1.00 . 2.00

Lunch

2.00 - 3.45



Chair

Marc Schröder

Presentations on data collection techniques proposed in exemplar


Induced data

Emotion in monologue: Recall technique

(Noam Amir and Samuel Ron)

Emotion in dialogue/interaction: Sensitive Artificial Listener

Technique

(Ellen Douglas-Cowie and Kostas Karpouzis)

Emotion in action: Driving simulator technique

(Edelle McMahon)


Naturalistic data

Emotion in dialogue/interaction: Television databases from

QUB and LIMSI

(Laurence Devillers, Jean-Claude Martin, Ellen Douglas-Cowie, Sarkis Abrilian)

Emotion in action: Reality television

(Cate Cox and Roddy Cowie)

3.45 - 4.15

Tea

4.15 - 5.30


Chair

Roddy Cowie

Open Forum and Discussion on Issues Ahead

Topics:

Relationship to other workpackages

Data for gesture and posture

Other induction techniques

Making databases accessible for February deliverable

Multicultural developments

5.30 -7.30

Space for other meetings (e.g. PSB/ WP meetings, group collaborations )

8.00 -10.00


Dinner at Waterfront Hall, Belfast



Day 3 Thursday 2nd December (Focus on Data Labelling)

9.30 - 10.45

Chair

Catherine Pelachaud

Labelling: Opening up the Issues

An overview of labelling issues

(Roddy Cowie)

Emotional intelligence and databases

(Majella Barkley, QUB)

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee

11.15 - 1.00


Chair

Nick Campbell

Experience with labelling

Position paper

(Anton Batliner)

Position paper

(Laurence Devillers, Jean-Claude Martin, Ellen Douglas-Cowie, Ian Sneddon, Cate Cox, Sarkis Abrilian)

1.00 - 2.00

Lunch

2.00 - 3.30


Chair

Ailbhe Ní Chasaide

Databases: users, interrogation and design

Architectural principles of a software platform for the management of multi modal emotional corpora

(Jean-Claude Martin)

Multimedia Database and Design in Heterogeneous Environment

(Myriam Lamolle)

Presentation - University of Twente

3.30 - 4.00

Tea

4.00 . 5.30


Chair

Ellen Douglas-Cowie

Open Forum: Discussion and issues ahead

Topics:

Comment and question session on databases (led by Sabine Döring)

Long term ideals

Short term practice

5.30 - 6.30

POSTER SESSION

8.00 -10.00

Dinner in the Great Hall


 


DAY 3 Friday 3rd December


9.30 - 10.30


Chair

Roddy Cowie

Ethical issues and data protection

Ethical issues

(Ian Sneddon)

Data protection

(Paolo Petta)

10.30 - 11.00

Coffee

11.00 - 12.00


Chair

Ellen Couglas-Cowie

Conclusions: Committment and Practicalities

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