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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
Emotional Response to Multimedia Content Grand Challenge
ACM Multimedia 2014 - Emotional Response to Multimedia Content Grand Challenge
02 April 2014
Distributed Multimedia Systems 2014 - Special Session on Affective Multimedia Systems
Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center, Pittsburgh, USA, 27 August 2014

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ArcheSense: A Tool for Evaluation of Affective Experience

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Affective computing offered novel approaches for measurement and evaluation of emotional experience. One of these approaches is based on the monitoring of physiological activations related to specific emotional states. Unlike retrospective self-reports and questionnaires, analysis of physiological data enables researchers to avoid the subjective bias in evaluation of human experience. As affective... 
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Junrong Bao
Junrong Bao
Wuhan University of Technology
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Emotion recognition integration of the philosophy of Traditional Chinese medicine and the technology of Body Area Network
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