A freely configurable, multi modal sensor system for affecting computing

Steffen Mader, Christian Peter, Roland Goecke, Randolf Schultz, Jorg Voskamp, Bodo Urban

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Abstract

Affective computing systems consist of a varying number of components, such as sensors, data bases, and processing devices. So far, each system is set-up specifically and its architecture and configuration is as unique as its targeted purpose. With the increasing interest in affective computing, a generally applicable and easily realizable approach is desired to ease and speed up the installation process of such systems. In this paper, a Java based framework is presented which uses an adaptor-oriented approach in order to address this problem from a data perspective. An example is given for the application of this proposed framework within an affective computing system
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems
EditorsE Andre
Place of PublicationGermany
PublisherSpringer
Pages313-318
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9783540248422
ISBN (Print)9783540221432
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004
Externally publishedYes
EventADS 04 - Kloster Irsee, Germany
Duration: 14 Jun 200416 Jun 2004

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ConferenceADS 04
CountryGermany
CityKloster Irsee
Period14/06/0416/06/04

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Mader, S., Peter, C., Goecke, R., Schultz, R., Voskamp, J., & Urban, B. (2004). A freely configurable, multi modal sensor system for affecting computing. In E. Andre (Ed.), Proceedings of Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems (pp. 313-318). Germany: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-24842-2_34
Mader, Steffen ; Peter, Christian ; Goecke, Roland ; Schultz, Randolf ; Voskamp, Jorg ; Urban, Bodo. / A freely configurable, multi modal sensor system for affecting computing. Proceedings of Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems. editor / E Andre. Germany : Springer, 2004. pp. 313-318
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A freely configurable, multi modal sensor system for affecting computing. / Mader, Steffen; Peter, Christian; Goecke, Roland; Schultz, Randolf; Voskamp, Jorg; Urban, Bodo.

Proceedings of Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems. ed. / E Andre. Germany : Springer, 2004. p. 313-318.

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Mader S, Peter C, Goecke R, Schultz R, Voskamp J, Urban B. A freely configurable, multi modal sensor system for affecting computing. In Andre E, editor, Proceedings of Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems. Germany: Springer. 2004. p. 313-318 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-24842-2_34