Presentation 2002/1/18
Effects of time functions on the recognition of facial expressions
Masaomi ODA, Katsunori ISONO,
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Abstract(in English) How to create movies of facial expressions is one of the critical techniques in the multi-media technologies. In many previous researches, main effort was to create the basic expressions such like a smile, sadness, etc. This paper is concerned with a psychological experiment for creating high quality of facial expressions. The intention of expression changing from a normal face to an expression face was described as a time function, and presentation speed is controlled. Participants described impressions of the facial expressions on a paper freely for the 36 stimuli that were created by the combination of 3 expressions, 4 time functions, and 3 presentation speeds. As a result, there is the optimal combination of function and speed what makes people feel most high intensity or high veridicality for each expression.
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Keyword(in English) Recognition of facial expression / Time function / Presentation speed / Creation of facial expression
Paper # HCS2001-43(2002-1)
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Conference Date 2002/1/18(1days)
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Title (in English) Effects of time functions on the recognition of facial expressions
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Keyword(1) Recognition of facial expression
Keyword(2) Time function
Keyword(3) Presentation speed
Keyword(4) Creation of facial expression
1st Author's Name Masaomi ODA
1st Author's Affiliation College of Letters, Ritsumeikan University()
2nd Author's Name Katsunori ISONO
2nd Author's Affiliation INTEC Web and Genome Informatics Corporation
Date 2002/1/18
Paper # HCS2001-43(2002-1)
Volume (vol) vol.101
Number (no) 610
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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