Interval-based Modeling of Human Communication Dynamics via Hybrid Dynamical Systems

@inproceedings{Kawashima2010IntervalbasedMO,
  title={Interval-based Modeling of Human Communication Dynamics via Hybrid Dynamical Systems},
  author={Hiroaki Kawashima},
  year={2010}
}
Temporal structures such as utterance pauses/overlaps, and duration of facial expression play a crucial roles in realizing smooth and natural human communication. We introduce a novel method for modeling the human communication dynamics based on interval-based representations via hybrid dynamical systems and show several examples to demonstrate how this method captures the characteristics of temporal structures in facial expressions and multimodal signals. 

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