Adapting the Interaction Style to Affective Factors

in conjunction with User Modeling 2005

Edinburgh, UK
July 25, 2005

List of Contributions

Invited Talk:

Towards emotion-sensitive multimodal interfaces: the challenge of the European Network of Excellence on Emotions.
M. Schroeder and R. Cowie


How do human tutors adapt to the affective state?
S Alexander, S. Hill and A. Sarrafzadeh

Adaptation to affective factors: impact for generation and dialogue.
J. Bateman and C. Paris

Private emotions vs social interaction . Towards new dimensions in Research on emotions.
A. Batliner, S. Steidl, C. Hacker and E. Noth

Modelling alignment for affective dialogue.
C. Brockmann, A. Isard, J. Oberlander and M. White

Modeling the user attitude towards an ECA.
A. Cavalluzzi, F. de Rosis, I. Mazzotta and N. Novielli

Affective factors in generation of tailored genomic information.
N. Green

A look at the roles of look and roles in animated agents.
A. Gulz and M. Haake

Attachment theory and affective user models.
J. Harpur

An affective model for semi-open learning environments.
Y. Hernandez, J. Noguez, L. E. Sucar and G. Arroyo-Figueroa

An incremental and interactive affective posture recognition system.
A. Kleinsmith, T. Fushimi and N. Bianchi-Berthouze

Determinants of emotions in a Call Center.
C. Ribert-Van De Weerdt

Clustering the affective aspects of web users.
D. Vogiatzis, A. Tzanavari, S. Retalis and M. Zembylas

Recognition of time pressure via biophysiological sensors: is the user's motion a help or a hindrance?.
M. von Willamowitz-Moellendorff, C. Mueller and A. Jameson