The Gesture Interpretation Module

@inproceedings{Shi2006TheGI,
  title={The Gesture Interpretation Module},
  author={Rui Ping Shi and Johann Adelhardt and Anton Batliner and Carmen Frank and Elmar N{\"o}th and Viktor Zei{\ss}ler and Heinrich Niemann},
  booktitle={SmartKom},
  year={2006}
}
Humans make often conscious and unconscious gestures, which reflect their mind, thoughts and the way these are formulated. These inherently complex processes can in general not be substituted by a corresponding verbal utterance that has the same semantics (McNeill, 1992). Gesture, which is a kind of body language, contains important information on the intention and the state of the gesture producer. Therefore, it is an important communication channels in human computer interaction. In the… CONTINUE READING
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