Affective Computing

@inproceedings{Vesterinen2001AffectiveC,
  title={Affective Computing},
  author={Eerik Vesterinen},
  year={2001}
}
  • Eerik Vesterinen
  • Published 2001
This paper describes the intellectual framework and field of study of affective computing. This is a seminar paper written for course Tik-111.590 Digital media research seminar, spring 2001: “Space Odyssey 2001”. The paper is based on a literature study of affective computing. 
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