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

From: Kostas Karpouzis <kkarpou@cs.ntua.gr>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 13:56:53 +0300
Message-ID: <48282275.3090709@cs.ntua.gr>
To: EMOXG-public <public-xg-emotion@w3.org>

Catherine Pelachaud wrote:
> 
> 
> My 2 cents on the definition of min, max.
> In MPEG-4 facial Animation Parameters have no min-max. Any values are 
> allowed. The difficulty is to make sure that all MPEG-4 player 
> interprets the values in a similar manner. To ensure this, detailled 
> examples are provided as well as animation files that served as test bed.
> I also like the idea of not having min-max specified. It allows for much 
> more flexibility and also not to have to define what it is absolute max 
Plus, some applications may _want_ to use excessive values (e.g. for 
eye-popping, cartoon-like animation) In addition to this, in MPEG-4 
units are inherent in the measurement, since values normalized wrt 
constant distances; e.g. FAPs related to the eyebrows are normalized 
using the distance between the eyes and the nose, which (normally) is a 
constant.
> 
Regarding fuzziness and labels, I would think that it's best to leave it 
up to applications reading and using EMOXG to define them or, in any 
case, a higher-level structure which again would be app-dependent (an 
ontology relating feature points to FAPs to expressivity maybe?) In some 
cases, or for certain users, a specific measurement of eyebrow movement, 
for instance, may correspond to 'high' activation, while in other cases 
or contexts, the same measurement may be labeled 'medium'
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