A Computational Model for Mood Recognition

  title={A Computational Model for Mood Recognition},
  author={Christina Katsimerou and Judith Redi and Ingrid Heynderickx},
In an ambience designed to adapt to the user’s affective state, pervasive technology should be able to decipher unobtrusively his underlying mood. Great effort has been devoted to automatic punctual emotion recognition from visual input. Conversely, little has been done to recognize longer-lasting affective states, such as mood. Taking for granted the effectiveness of emotion recognition algorithms, we go one step further and propose a model for estimating the mood of an affective episode from… CONTINUE READING


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