Responsive listening behavior

@inproceedings{Gillies2008ResponsiveLB,
  title={Responsive listening behavior},
  author={Marco Gillies and Xueni Pan and Mel Slater and John Shawe-Taylor},
  year={2008}
}
Humans use their bodies in a highly expressive way during conversation, and animated characters that lack this form of non-verbal expression can seem stiff and unemotional. An important aspect of non-verbal expression is that people respond to each other's behavior and are highly attuned to picking up this type of response. This is particularly important for the feedback given while listening to some one speak. However, automatically generating this type of behavior is difficult as it is highly… CONTINUE READING

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