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Re: [EMOXG] Use Case 3 Requirements Analysis

From: Alejandra Garcia Rojas <alejandra.garciarojas@epfl.ch>
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 11:38:54 +0100
Message-ID: <3226e2ec0612070238h306895c7l2e2599760b057819@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Ian Wilson" <ian@emotion.ai>, public-xg-emotion@w3.org
Dear Ian an All,

Hello, here I have a few comments about the suggestions for UC3

As I understand, input events are not needed in the emotional language,
because: the interpretation of inputs are going to be translated in the
different configuration parameters of the emotion in the language; e.g. the
penalty can be interpreted as Emotion Appraisal Classification, isn't it?.

The rest of the classifications are interesting, but I have the impression
that there is  some redundancy. It can be useful to make explicit what we
mean for each concept, just to make sure that we are thinking in the same
thing when referring to a concept; at least for me because I am not so
familiar with some concepts.

Thank you,
Best Regards,

On 11/20/06, Ian Wilson <ian@emotion.ai> wrote:
> I have compiled an analysis of requirements from the suggestions or use
> case 3.
> This use case has requirements that are very similar to those described in
> the
> EARL specification.
> For all those members who have registered interest in use case 3
> discussions
> (Jianhua and myself, Marc, Enrico, Jean-Claude, Paolo, Alejandra, Hannes,
> Catherine and Kostas) please look over the list for the following points:
> 1. Which items do you think should be cut from the set (if any)?
> 2. Which items do you think should be added to the set (if any)?
> 3. For requirements that you specified in the original set:
>    a. Have I interpreted them correctly?
>    b. Should they be listed differently?
> These questions should be enough for us to start I think. If you have any
> other
> ideas let me know, thanks.
> Best,
> Ian
> Emotion AI
> www.emotion.ai
> blog.emotion.ai

Alejandra García Rojas Mtz.
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