Expressed Emotion Calculation Method According to the User’s Personality
In human communication, people do not always express the emotions they feel inside. In this paper, we propose a method to calculate “expressed emotions” from “aroused emotions” based on the personality of the agent, the situation of the conversation, and relationship with the partner. We consider five types of personality factors (extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness to experience) based on the “Big 5” model. The effect of each personality factor is calculated to amplify/suppress the aroused emotions. The amplification/suppression effects from five personality factors are collated and the degree of aroused emotion is calculated.
KeywordsFacial Expression Arouse Emotion Personality Factor Express Emotion Target Emotion
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