Frank Jung

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Affect sensing by machines has been argued as an essential part of next-generation human-computer interaction (HCI). To this end, in the recent years a large number of studies have been conducted, which report automatic recognition of emotion as a difficult, but feasible task. However, most effort has been put towards offline analysis, whereas to date only(More)
Affect sensing by machines is an essential part of next-generation human-computer interaction (HCI). However, despite the large effort carried out in this field during the last decades, only few applications exist, which are able to react to a user's emotion in real-time. This is certainly due to the fact that emotion recognition is a challenging part in(More)
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