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5 in for Review Volume emotion CHAPTER 1 MULTIMODAL EMOTION RECOGNITION

@inproceedings{Sebe20045IF,
  title={5 in for Review Volume emotion CHAPTER 1 MULTIMODAL EMOTION RECOGNITION},
  author={N. Sebe and I. Cohen and Thomas S. Huang},
  year={2004}
}
Recent technological advances have enabled human users to interact with computers in ways previously unimaginable. Beyond the confines of the keyboard and mouse, new modalities for human-computer interaction such as voice, gesture, and force-feedback are emerging. Despite important advances, one necessary ingredient for natural interaction is still missing–emotions. Emotions play an important role in human-to-human communication and interaction, allowing people to express themselves beyond the… Expand

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