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Affective computing using speech and eye gaze: a review and bimodal system proposal for continuous affect prediction.
Speech has been a widely used modality in the field of affective computing. Recently however, there has been a growing interest in the use of multi-modal affective computing systems. These multi-modal systems incorporate ...
Eye-based continuous affect prediction.
(IEEE Xplore, 2019-12)
Eye-based information channels include the pupils, gaze, saccades, fixational movements, and numerous forms of eye opening and closure. Pupil size variation indicates cognitive load and emotion, while a person's gaze ...
Continuous affect prediction using eye gaze and speech.
Affective computing research traditionally focused on labeling a person's emotion as one of a discrete number of classes e.g. happy or sad. In recent times, more attention has been given to continuous affect prediction ...