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Language Resources and Evaluation

, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp 409-429

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A multimodal annotated corpus of consensus decision making meetings

  • Fabio PianesiAffiliated withFondazione Bruno Kessler FBK-irst
  • , Massimo ZancanaroAffiliated withFondazione Bruno Kessler FBK-irst Email author 
  • , Bruno LepriAffiliated withFondazione Bruno Kessler FBK-irst
  • , Alessandro CappellettiAffiliated withFondazione Bruno Kessler FBK-irst

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Abstract

In this paper we present an annotated audio–video corpus of multi-party meetings. The multimodal corpus provides for each subject involved in the experimental sessions six annotation dimensions referring to group dynamics; speech activity and body activity. The corpus is based on 11 audio and video recorded sessions which took place in a lab setting appropriately equipped with cameras and microphones. Our main concern in collecting this multimodal corpus was to explore the possibility of providing feedback services to facilitate group processes and to enhance self awareness among small groups engaged in meetings. We therefore introduce a coding scheme for annotating relevant functional roles that appear in a small group interaction. We also discuss the reliability of the coding scheme and we present the first results for automatic classification.

Keywords

Behaviour analysis Small groups Meetings Multimodality