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Re: [EMOXG] Must/Should have Requirements - Ranked

From: Dylan Evans <evansd66@googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 16:00:35 +0000
Message-ID: <e712dff40802280800r108843a1i2a580f6943b36c79@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Marc Schroeder" <schroed@dfki.de>
Cc: public-xg-emotion@w3.org

At the phone meeting on 28 February 2008, the must have/ should have
requirements list was slightly amended, as follows: (as far as my
memory serves me - please let me  know if you spot any mistakes):


1. Emotion Core: Emotion intensity
 2. Emotion Core: Emotion timing
 3. Meta-information about emotion annotation: Modality
 4. Emotion Core: Emotion categories
 5. Emotion Core: Emotion dimensions
 6. Meta-information about emotion annotation: Confidence / probability
 7. Emotion Core: Type of emotion-related phenomenon
 8. Links to the "rest of the world": Links to media
 9. Emotion Core: Multiple and/or complex emotions
10.Links to the "rest of the world": Position on a time line in
externally linked objects
11. Links to the "rest of the world": The semantics of links to the
"rest of the world"
12. Emotion Core: Description of appraisals of the emotion or of
events related to the emotion (this has been moved to the "must have"
list because of the importance of appraisal for key research groups)
13. A generic global metadata list (a relatively unspecified
placeholder to be improved later)


14. Emotion Core: Emotion regulation (there are good reasons for
including this in the "must have" requirements, but for reasons of
prioritisation it has been kept on the "should have" list for the time


15. Ontologies of emotion descriptions: Mappings between different
emotion representations
16. Global Metadata: Info on Person(s)
17. Ontologies of emotion descriptions: Relationships between concepts
in an emotion description
18. Meta-information about emotion annotation: Acting
19. Global Metadata: Social and communicative environment
20. Emotion Core: Action tendencies
21. Global Metadata: Purpose of classification
22. Global Metadata: Technical environment

Dr. Dylan Evans
Senior Research Scientist
Cork Constraint Computation Centre (4C)
University College Cork,
Cork, Ireland.

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