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Affective computing

by Rosalind Picard. Cambridge, Mass,: MIT Press, 1997. Pp. xxii=252. $27.50 cloth

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Lisetti, C.L. Affective computing. Pattern Analysis & Applic 1, 71–73 (1998).

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