Giampaolo L. Libralon

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The recognition of emotions from others' face is an universal and fundamental skill for social interaction. Many researchers argue that there is a set of basic emotions which were preserved during evaluative process because they allow the adaption of the organisms behaviour to distinct daily situations. This paper is about emotion analysis and the(More)
Currently, there is an increasing number of patients that are treated in-home, mainly in countries such as Japan, USA and Europe. As well as this, the number of elderly people has increased significantly in the last fifteen years and these people are often treated in-home and at times enter into a critical situation that may require help (e.g when facing an(More)
There is an increasing number of studies in the area of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) that bears witness to the importance of taking account of emotional factors in interactions with computer systems. By getting to know the emotions of the users, it is possible for artificial agents to have an influence on human feelings with a view to stimulating them(More)
Facial expressions are the facial changes in response to a person's internal emotional states, intentions, or social communications. Facial expression analysis has been an active research topic for behavioral scientists since the work of Darwin in 1872. It includes both measurement of facial motion and recognition of expression. There are two different ways(More)
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