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FEELTRACE: an instrument for recording perceived emotion in real time

@inproceedings{Cowie2000FEELTRACEAI,
  title={FEELTRACE: an instrument for recording perceived emotion in real time},
  author={R. Cowie and E. Douglas-Cowie and S. Savvidou and E. McMahon},
  year={2000}
}
FEELTRACE is an instrument developed to let observers track the emotional content of a stimulus as they perceive it over time, allowing the emotional dynamics of speech episodes to be examined. [...] Key Method To turn those ideas into a recording tool, the space was represented by a circle on a computer screen, and observers described perceived emotional state by moving a pointer (in the form of a disc) to the appropriate point in the circle, using a mouse. Prototypes were tested, and in the light of results…Expand
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