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[EMOXG] Summary of questionnaire results: % for Requirements

From: Ian Wilson <ian@neon.ai>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 22:49:13 +0900
Message-ID: <47A08059.5010401@neon.ai>
To: public-xg-emotion@w3.org

It is interesting to see the percentages for "must" and "should" haves 
(items with ranking 1 and 2):

79% Emotion Core: Type of emotion-related phenomenon
86% Emotion Core: Emotion categories
86% Emotion Core: Emotion dimensions
64% Emotion Core: Description of appraisals of the emotion or of events 
related to the emotion
29% Emotion Core: Action tendencies
71% Emotion Core: Multiple and/or complex emotions
93% Emotion Core: Emotion intensity
43% Emotion Core: Emotion regulation
93% Emotion Core: Emotion timing
50% Meta-information about emotion annotation: Acting
86% Meta-information about emotion annotation: Confidence / probability
93% Meta-information about emotion annotation: Modality
79% Links to the "rest of the world": Links to media
71% Links to the "rest of the world": Position on a time line in 
externally linked objects
71% Links to the "rest of the world": The semantics of links to the 
"rest of the world"
57% Global Metadata: Info on Person(s)
21% Global Metadata: Purpose of classification
14% Global Metadata: Technical environment
43% Global Metadata: Social and communicative environment
57% Ontologies of emotion descriptions: Relationships between concepts 
in an emotion description
64% Ontologies of emotion descriptions: Mappings between different 
emotion representations
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