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Re: [EMOXG] Deliverable report published as first draft: EmotionMarkup Language: Requirements with Priorities

From: Nestor Garay Vitoria <nestor.garay@ehu.es>
Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 12:45:48 +0200
To: public-xg-emotion@w3.org
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Dear all,

We think there are a lot of interesting comments and discussion. We will 
express now some more comments about those issues.

First of all, we think including action tendencies in the mandatory 
section sounds important. We don't know very much Frijda's reference and 
we don't know whether there is a limited collection of "typical" kinds of 
action tendencies expressed there. We agree with Mark in the sense that if 
there is no such collection, we think it seems difficult adding the basic 
representation in the mandatory section.

With relation to the discussion about the intensity and its scales 
(class-based approach vs. numerical approach), we wonder if it should be 
suitable including both of them in the specification and give developers 
the choice of selecting the most adequate one for their systems. In this 
case, we are not sure about the need of the mapping between scales.

Finally, we think that in the markup language we have to ensure current 
state of the art. However, we suggest that the language should be flexible 
enough so that future relevant issues can be considered.

What do others think?

Thank you for your attention,

Idoia Cearreta and Nestor Garay-Vitoria
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