Using Scanpath Analysis for Affects Detection in Computer Users

Abstract

In interpersonal relations, interlocutor’s emotions may be easily detected by facial and oculomotoric expressions. Several books are devoted to recognition so called body language expressions (e.g. [18]) several others to avoiding of uncontrolled disclosure of spontaneous affects (e.g. [14]). Since modern information societies come to replace direct relations by computer-mediated communication and virtually all computers capture the face of the user, the idea of automatic emotion recognition becomes one of most important issue of man-machine interaction. Several papers focusing on facial expression were published as far (e.g. [19]), however our interest focuses rather on emotions expressed in the eyetrack [8], [12]. The approach is motivated by two facts:

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@inproceedings{Augustyniak2016UsingSA, title={Using Scanpath Analysis for Affects Detection in Computer Users}, author={Piotr Augustyniak and Miroslaw Jablonski and Eliasz Kantoch and Tomasz Kryjak and Zbigniew Mikrut and Elzbieta Pociask and Jaromir Przybylo}, booktitle={AfCAI}, year={2016} }