Artifical Intelligence for Human Computing: ICMI 2006 and IJCAI 2007 International Workshops, Banff, Canada, November 3, 2006 Hyderabad, India, January 6, 2007 Revised Selceted Papers

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This book contains the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of two events discussing AI for Human Computing: one Special Session during the Eighth International ACM Conference on Multimodal Interfaces 2006 and a Workshop organized in conjunction with the 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2007. It covers foundational issues of human computing, sensing humans and their activities, and anthropocentric interaction models.

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Overview

This book contains the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of two events discussing AI for Human Computing: one Special Session during the Eighth International ACM Conference on Multimodal Interfaces 2006 and a Workshop organized in conjunction with the 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2007. It covers foundational issues of human computing, sensing humans and their activities, and anthropocentric interaction models.

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Foundations of Human Computing.- Foundations of Human Computing: Facial Expression and Emotion.- Instinctive Computing.- Sensing Humans for Human Computing.- Human Computing and Machine Understanding of Human Behavior: A Survey.- Audio-Visual Spontaneous Emotion Recognition.- Modeling Naturalistic Affective States Via Facial, Vocal, and Bodily Expressions Recognition.- Emotion and Reinforcement: Affective Facial Expressions Facilitate Robot Learning.- Trajectory-Based Representation of Human Actions.- Modelling the Communication Atmosphere: A Human Centered Multimedia Approach to Evaluate Communicative Situations.- Modeling Influence Between Experts.- Anthropocentric Interaction Models for Human Computing.- Social Intelligence Design and Human Computing.- Feedback Loops in Communication and Human Computing.- Evaluating the Future of HCI: Challenges for the Evaluation of Emerging Applications.- Gaze-X: Adaptive, Affective, Multimodal Interface for Single-User Office Scenarios.- SmartWeb Handheld — Multimodal Interaction with Ontological Knowledge Bases and Semantic Web Services.- A Learning-Based High-Level Human Computer Interface for Face Modeling and Animation.- Challenges for Virtual Humans in Human Computing.- Affect Detection and an Automated Improvisational AI Actor in E-Drama.

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