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Polibits no.44 México Jul./Dez. 2011
A Dynamic Model for Identification of Emotional Expressions
Rafael A.M. Gonçalves, Diego R. Cueva, Marcos R. PereiraBarretto, and Fabio G. Cozman
Decision Making Lab of the Mechatronics Department, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil. Electronic correspondence regarding this article should be sent to Prof. Dr. Marcos R. PereiraBarretto to email@example.com.
Manuscript received June 10, 2011.
Manuscript accepted for publication September 14, 2011.
This paper discusses the dynamics of emotion recognition on faces, layering basic capabilities of an emotion sensor. It also introduces a model for the recognition of the overall conveyed emotion during a humanmachine interaction, based on the emotional trajectory over an emotional surface.
Key words: Emotion dynamics, emotion recognition, emotional surface, Kalman filtering.
This work is supported by the Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq), FAPESP, under research project 2008/039955 and the University of São Paulo.
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