Who Will Get the Grant?: A Multimodal Corpus for the Analysis of Conversational Behaviours in Group Interviews

@inproceedings{Oertel2014WhoWG,
  title={Who Will Get the Grant?: A Multimodal Corpus for the Analysis of Conversational Behaviours in Group Interviews},
  author={C. Oertel and K. Mora and Samira Sheikhi and J. Odobez and Joakim Gustafson},
  booktitle={UM3I '14},
  year={2014}
}
  • C. Oertel, K. Mora, +2 authors Joakim Gustafson
  • Published in UM3I '14 2014
  • Computer Science
  • In the last couple of years more and more multimodal corpora have been created. Recently many of these corpora have also included RGB-D sensors' data. However, there is to our knowledge no publicly available corpus, which combines accurate gaze-tracking, and high-quality audio recording for group discussions of varying dynamics. With a corpus that would fulfill these needs, it would be possible to investigate higher level constructs such as group involvement, individual engagement or rapport… CONTINUE READING
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