Conceptual frameworks for multimodal social signal processing
This special issue is about a research area which is developing rapidly. Pentland  gave it a name which has become widely used, ‘Social Signal Processing’ (SSP for short), and his phrase provides the title of a European project, SSPnet, which has a brief to consolidate the area.
If effective progress is to be made, one of the requirements is to develop some consensus on a variety of issues that are basic to the area—obviously the topics to be covered, but also terminology, the literature that people in the field are expected to know, the simplifications that are considered acceptable, and so on. That kind of statement might look routine, but in the ...
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Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces
Volume 6, Issue 3-4 , pp 95-99
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