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Re: Discussion on requirements for the use case "Annotation of emotional data"

From: Jean-Claude MARTIN <martin@limsi.fr>
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 17:40:15 +0100
Message-ID: <4565CEEF.40606@limsi.fr>
To: public-xg-emotion@w3.org
CC: Laurence Devillers <Laurence.Devillers@limsi.fr>
Dear all,

Could you take a few minutes to contribute as soon as possible
to the discussion as specified below?

Thanks in advance,

Jean-Claude MARTIN & Laurence DEVILLERS

Jean-Claude MARTIN wrote:

> Dear all,
> We would like you to contribute to the discussion about the requirements
> for the use case: "Use case 1: Annotation of emotional data"
> This should take you just a few minutes to answer the 3 questions below.
> 1) Do you think that the summary of requirements for the annotation of
> emotional data that we attach to this mail is covers the needs for the 
> annotation of emotional data?
> <http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/emotion/wiki/UseCases>
> Following Marc's suggestion, we tried to summarize the 39 requirements 
> from http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/emotion/wiki/UseCases 
> <http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/emotion/wiki/UseCases>
> We have kept only the ones we think are central to the representation 
> of emotion.
> Our goal here is to start discussion about which requirement is 
> absolutely required, which covers several use cases, which requirement 
> is missing...
> Please note that we do not want to define a structure for representing 
> signs/behavior
> or context features (other than the ones that we propose in the attached).
> Instead we focus on the representation of emotion and provide slots for
> links to external descriptions of behaviors or context features.
> 2) Do you have any comments on the use cases : should we add some ? 
> any unclear issue?
> 3) Laurence also proposes to add two other sub use cases examples:
> Do you agree that we add them ?
> - one in the use case "emotional speech annotation" on call center 
> data annotation (real-life data, the scheme includes emotion labels and
> dimensions, dialog acts and other contextual dimensions (role 
> (agent/caller), topic, etc.),
> - the second concerns a emotional fiction data annotation (the study 
> focuses on "Fear", the annotation scheme includes emotion labels,
> dimensions and threat (events) and time of threat (latent, immediate, 
> ...).
>     Best regards,
> Jean-Claude MARTIN & Laurence DEVILLERS

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