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An interactive visual environment to understand, model and exploit user subjectivity in image retrieving systems

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2 Author(s)
Bianchi Berthouze, N. ; Lab. of Human Media, Electrotech. Lab., Tsukuba, Japan ; Kato, T.

The research discussed in this paper focuses on the emergence of a multimedia language for humans and technology to communicate highly subjective concepts (such as impressions, feelings, and emotions). Nowadays technology is not just a tool for realizing tasks, it also serves as a medium for people to communicate. For that reason, the issue of endowing computers with the ability to understand and communicate emotion has become crucial. But how can we give such a capability to a computer? And how can we transmit to a computer our emotion or our feelings. In this paper, we draw inspiration from human-human communication. Mutual understanding of emotional responses can be achieved through social interaction. We propose a dynamic interaction framework for understanding and communicating highly subjective concepts such as visual impressions

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Image Analysis and Processing, 1999. Proceedings. International Conference on

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1999