Enhancing Embodied Intelligent Agents with Affective User Modelling
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The objective of this research is the exploration how affective knowledge used in global controlling mechanisms for public information systems with lifelike presentation agents will increase the effectiveness of such systems in terms of information presentation, but also help the user to better explain his/her needs by adopting a more natural conversational style through interactive dialogue.
KeywordsAffective State Speech Output Affective Model Speech Component Affective Feedback
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