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Expressions et micro-expressions spontanées de la face et de la voix en Interaction Homme-Machine : esquisse d'un modèle du "Feeling of Thinking".

Abstract : Communicative interaction technologies focus more and more on human aspects. The informative position of expressions that are massively present out of the talk turns, through visible and audible micro-events, place the listener/interlocutor in a continuous communication of "Feeling of Thinking" (physiological, mental, emotional, intentional and attitudinal states). This work has been carried out on an emotionally induced corpus that greatly limits speech of the human-computer interaction. An empirical methodology based on ethological principles has been built to annotate audible and visible micro-gestures by 6 subjects. A perceptive analysis has measured the communicative relevance of certain gestural icons. A study of micro-gesture occurrences in the temporal organization of the task and within the turn-taking provides a cue of subjects' behavior. Finally, this study proposes an impressionistic characterization of the numerous vocal non-lexical sounds disseminated within the performances (mouth noises, grunts, fillers, interjections).
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Anne Vanpé. Expressions et micro-expressions spontanées de la face et de la voix en Interaction Homme-Machine : esquisse d'un modèle du "Feeling of Thinking".. Linguistique. Université Stendhal - Grenoble III, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00625714⟩

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