by Jimmy Or
Publisher: IN-TECH 2008
Number of pages: 284
Since one of the most important means of human communication is facial expression, the first section of this book presents a research on synthesis and recognition of facial expressions. Given that we not only use the face but also body movements to express ourselves, in the second section we present a research on perception and generation of emotional expressions by using full-body motions. The third section of the book presents computational models on emotion, as well as findings from neuroscience research. In the last section of the book we present applications related to affective computing.
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