Conceptual frameworks for multimodal social signal processing

@article{Brunet2012ConceptualFF,
  title={Conceptual frameworks for multimodal social signal processing},
  author={Paul M. Brunet and Roddy Cowie and Dirk Heylen and Anton Nijholt and Marc Schr{\"o}der},
  journal={Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={95-99}
}
This special issue is about a research area which is developing rapidly. Pentland [4] gave it a name which has become widely used, ‘Social Signal Processing’ (SSP for short), and his phrase provides the title of a European project, SSPnet, which has a brief to consolidate the area.1 The challenge that Pentland highlighted was understanding the nonlinguistic signals that serve as the basis for “subconscious discussions between humans about relationships, resources, risks, and rewards”. He… CONTINUE READING

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