Dominik Seuß

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We present an application of grammar inference in the domain of facial expression analysis. Typically, only sets of AUs which occur in a given time frame are used for expression analysis, the sequence in which these AUs occur is ignored. We wanted to explore whether the strucural patterns of AU appearances contain diagnostically relevant information. We(More)
We present a framework for cognitive modeling of aesthetic decision making based on dynamic prototypes. Starting point of our work is empirical evidence which shows that subjects' initial ratings of attractiveness of objects can be influenced by adapting them to new, typically more innovative objects. The framework consists of three steps: (1) Estimating an(More)
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