Emotions ontology for collaborative modelling and learning of emotional responses

@article{Gil2015EmotionsOF,
  title={Emotions ontology for collaborative modelling and learning of emotional responses},
  author={Rosa Gil and Jordi Virgili-Gom{\'a} and Roberto Barraza Garcia and Cindy Mason},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={51},
  pages={610-617}
}
Emotions-aware applications are getting a lot of attention as a way to improve the user experience, and also thanks to increasingly affordable Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCI). Thus, projects collecting emotionrelated data are proliferating, like social networks sentiment analysis or tracking students’ engagement to reduce Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) drop out rates. All them require a common way to represent emotions so it can be more easily integrated, shared and reused by applications… CONTINUE READING