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Zhang, T. (author)
Fine-grained emotion recognition is the process of automatically identifying the emotions of users at a fine granularity level, typically in the time intervals of 0.5s to 4s according to the expected duration of emotions. Previous work mainly focused on developing algorithms to recognize only one emotion for a video based on the user feedback...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Jimenez Arroyo, Iñaki (author)
Nowadays, the digital space is gaining more and more relevance in our daily lives. Transactions, documents, education, meetings, and social activities are being digitalised. Companies from around the globe are making steps and taking initiatives to lead the change with concepts like the “metaverse”. Parallelly, blockchain technology is helping...
master thesis 2022
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ALIYEVA, ZIVAR (author)
Preconceived notions about the scope of architecture and its definition as a purely spatial dimension produced or analysed through one-to-one translated two-dimensional images and drawings do not convey the true experience of space. It lacks movements, emotions, human activities, memories, experiences and perceptions. Perceptions that transcend...
master thesis 2022
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Demir, Asli (author)
Children living with lower limb differences can utilize prostheses for mobility and conformity. However, children’s prostheses is a small market where development happens slowly, with a very small selection of products.<br/>Products in the children’s prosthetics market prioritize providing mobility and tackling mechanical challenges, but amputee...
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Karaosmanoğlu, Eda (author)
In Turkey, roughly 3000 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer every year (Kebudi, 2012). Although there are different types of pediatric cancers, their trajectory is similar and filled with various physical and psychosocial challenges for the patients and their families. Moreover, cancer usually causes a drastic life change for the...
master thesis 2022
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Yammiyavar Pradeep, Avanika (author)
Every human being and every conscious life form on this planet aims to be happy. Happiness is something everyone is after - consciously or unconsciously. People try to ‘achieve’ it through various actions that are meaningful to them. There are many definitions and interpretations of happiness. Gautam Buddha wisely once said- “There is no path to...
master thesis 2022
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Külekci, alara (author)
Embodied cognition suggests that human beings are emotional machines whose experience of the world lies on the interaction between the body and the environment. This can be seen as the echoing of the twentieth century philosophers such as Bergson, Merleau-Ponty, Deleuze and Guattari that breaks from the disembodied concept of mind. The research...
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Hajdu, Erika (author)
What do we do when we make a mistake, get rejected at a job interview or by a romantic prospect? Loneliness, loss, and failure are common everyday experiences that every one of us goes through. However, many brush aside such ’emotional injuries’, or even make them worse, ’picking on their wounds’ by engaging in unhelpful coping strategies (Winch...
master thesis 2022
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Kapadia, Mihir (author)
Emotion Recognition is one of the vastly studied areas of affective computing. Attempts have been made to design emotion recognition systems for everyday settings. The ubiquitous nature of Intelligent voice assistants (IVAs) in households, make them a great anchor for the introduction of emotion recognition technology to consumers. The existing...
master thesis 2022
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Esnaf-Uslu, P. (author), Desmet, P.M.A. (author), Schifferstein, Hendrik N.J. (author)
This article introduces the concept of mood sensitivity: a service agent's ability to detect mood during service encounters and customize their interaction style accordingly, with the purpose of improving service encounters as a whole. We report on an experience sampling study that explored the role that mood plays in service provision....
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Rook, L. (author), Mazza, M.C. (author), Lefter, I. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
<b>Background</b>: Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) refers to extreme, uncontrollable, and persistent worry and anxiety. The disorder is known to affect the social functioning and well-being of millions of people, but despite its prevalence and burden to society, it has proven difficult to identify unique behavioral markers. Interestingly, the...
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Desmet, P.M.A. (author), Xue, H. (author), Xin, X (author), Liu, W.L. (author)
This paper presents a five-day intense course that teaches “emotion-driven design”<br/>(EDD) to graduate students with a broad variety of disciplinary backgrounds at the<br/>Faculty of Psychology, Beijing Normal University. We introduce seven principles<br/>drawn from design-relevant emotion knowledge that informed the design of the<br/>course’s...
conference paper 2022
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Lefter, I. (author), Baird, Alice (author), Stappen, Lukas (author), Schuller, Björn W. (author)
The monitoring of an escalating negative interaction has several benefits, particularly in security, (mental) health, and group management. The speech signal is particularly suited to this, as aspects of escalation, including emotional arousal, are proven to easily be captured by the audio signal. A challenge of applying trained systems in real...
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Foroughi, M. (author), de Andrade, Bruno (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
Social media has been increasingly used by various communities to express their opinions, values, and feelings about cities and, in particular, built heritage. Social media platforms, interactive technologies used by virtual communities and networks became an important source for recent innovative studies on participatory heritage management....
book chapter 2022
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Huijts, N.M.A. (author), Contzen, Nadja (author), Roeser, S. (author)
Emotions may play an important role in how citizens respond to public policies, and energy policies in particular. Yet, little insights exist into causes of those emotions. This study investigates ethical concerns as the basis of emotions. We test whether people perceive an unequal distribution of negative outcomes of a local energy project as...
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Steinert, S. (author), Dennis, Matthew James (author)
Social media technologies (SMTs) are routinely identified as a strong and pervasive threat to digital well-being (DWB). Extended screen time sessions, chronic distractions via notifications, and fragmented workflows have all been blamed on how these technologies ruthlessly undermine our ability to exercise quintessential human faculties. One...
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Ghosh, Surjya (author), Pons Rodriguez, Gerard (author), Rao, Shruti (author), El Ali, Abdallah (author), Cesar, Pablo (author)
While affective non-verbal communication between pedestrians and drivers has been shown to improve on-road safety and driving experiences, it remains a challenge to design driver assistance systems that can automatically capture these affective cues. In this early work, we identify users' emotional self-report responses towards commonly...
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Rao, Shruti (author), Ghosh, Surjya (author), Pons Rodriguez, Gerard (author), Röggla, Thomas (author), El Ali, Abdallah (author), Cesar, Pablo (author)
Automatically inferring drivers' emotions during driver-pedestrian interactions to improve road safety remains a challenge for designing in-vehicle, empathic interfaces. To that end, we carried out a lab-based study using a combination of camera and physiological sensors. We collected participants' (N=21) real-time, affective (emotion self...
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Hasanzade, M. Parsa (author), van Oel, C.J. (author)
With the need to increase total revenues, airports have begun to use commercial retail. A well-designed airport may provide great service to clients and consumers and increase their satisfaction and in turn their spending behaviours. Since there is suggestive evidence that there might be cultural associations of white, purple or black with...
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Steinert, S. (author), Marin, L. (author), Roeser, S. (author)
It is often suggested that social media is a hostile environment for critical thinking and that a major source for epistemic problems concerning social media is that it facilitates emotions. We argue that emotions per se are not the source of the epistemic problems concerning social media. We propose that instead of focusing on emotions, we...
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