Hypersocial Museum : Addressing the Social Interaction Challenge with Museum Scenarios and Attention-based Approaches

@inproceedings{Mancas2009HypersocialM,
  title={Hypersocial Museum : Addressing the Social Interaction Challenge with Museum Scenarios and Attention-based Approaches},
  author={Matei Mancas and Donald Glowinski and Paul Brunet and Francesca Cavallero and Caroline Machy and Pieter-Jan Maes and Stella Paschalidou and Manoj Kumar Rajagopal and S D Schibeci and Laura Vincze and Gualtiero Volpe},
  year={2009}
}
This work intended to show that the use of museum scenarios and computational attention models are a good way to achieve social interaction studies. The use of attention-based algorithm allows the possibility to dynamically analyze visitors’ behavior in museums in long-term context where some typical behavior models are learnt. Moreover, by providing feedback to visitors, it is possible to interact with them and also to foster interaction between visitors: the system here becomes a sort of… CONTINUE READING

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