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Social Signal Processing

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Alessandro Vinciarelli, Kory Floyd, Valerie Manusov, Cydney H. Dupree, Susan T. Fiske, Marianne Schmid Mast, Judith A. Hall, Ross Buck, Mike Miller, Stacie Renfro Powers, Klaus Scherer, Björn Schüller, Aaron Elkins, Mark R. Leary, Katrina P. Jongman-Sereno, Judee K. Burgoon, Norah E. Dunbar, Howard Giles, William D. Crano, Jason T. Siegel, Christine Rosakranse, Clifford Nass, Soo Youn Oh, Michel Valstar, Stefanos Zafeiriou, Maja Pantic, Ronald Poppe, Bruno Lepri, Fabio Pianesi, Hatice Gunes, Mohamed Chetouani, Emilie Delaherche, Guillaume Dumas, David Cohen, Ognjen Rudovic, Mihalis A. Nicolau, Vladimir Pavlovic, Kallirroi Georgila, Aryel Beck, Zerrin Yumak, Nadia Magnenat-Thalman, Marc Cavazza, Ketaki Shriram, Jeremy Bailenson, Maha Salem, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Dong Seon Cheng, Marco Cristani, Daniel Gatica-Perez, Oya Aran, Dinesh Jayagopi, Mohammad Soleymani, Sofiane Boucenna, Laurence Chaby, Monique Plaza, Dmitri Metaxas, Thirimachos Bourlai
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  • Date Published: May 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107161269

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  • Social Signal Processing is the first book to cover all aspects of the modeling, automated detection, analysis, and synthesis of nonverbal behavior in human-human and human-machine interactions. Authoritative surveys address conceptual foundations, machine analysis and synthesis of social signal processing, and applications. Foundational topics include affect perception and interpersonal coordination in communication; later chapters cover technologies for automatic detection and understanding such as computational paralinguistics and facial expression analysis and for the generation of artificial social signals such as social robots and artificial agents. The final section covers a broad spectrum of applications based on social signal processing in healthcare, deception detection, and digital cities, including detection of developmental diseases and analysis of small groups. Each chapter offers a basic introduction to its topic, accessible to students and other newcomers, and then outlines challenges and future perspectives for the benefit of experienced researchers and practitioners in the field.

    • Presents a comprehensive view of the field within a single volume, bringing together domains as diverse as computing science and psychology
    • Each chapter offers a basic introduction and a survey of current research
    • Emphasizes techniques and applications as well as foundations
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    • Date Published: May 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107161269
    • length: 440 pages
    • dimensions: 260 x 185 x 23 mm
    • weight: 1.05kg
    • contains: 20 b/w illus. 10 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Alessandro Vinciarelli
    Part I. Conceptual Foundations of Social Signal Processing:
    2. What does it mean to be social? Kory Floyd and Valerie Manusov
    3. Universal dimensions of social cognition Cydney H. Dupree and Susan T. Fiske
    4. Measuring responses to nonverbal social signals Marianne Schmid Mast and Judith A. Hall
    5. Computational analysis of vocal expression of affect – trends and challenges Ross Buck, Mike Miller and Stacie Renfro Powers
    6. The vertical dimension of social signaling Klaus Scherer, Björn Schüller and Aaron Elkins
    7. Self-presentation Mark R. Leary and Katrina P. Jongman-Sereno
    8. Interaction coordination and adaptation Judee K. Burgoon, Norah E. Dunbar and Howard Giles
    9. Social signals and persuasion William D. Crano and Jason T. Siegel
    10. Social presence in CMC and VR Christine Rosakranse, Clifford Nass and Soo Youn Oh
    Part II. Machine Analysis of Social Signals:
    11. Facial actions as social signals Michel Valstar, Stefanos Zafeiriou and Maja Pantic
    12. Automatic analysis of bodily social signals Ronald Poppe
    13. Computational approaches for personality prediction Bruno Lepri and Fabio Pianesi
    14. Automatic analysis of aesthetics Hatice Guines and Björn Schüller
    15. Interpersonal synchrony Mohamed Chetouani, Emilie Delaherche, Guillaume Dumas and David Cohen
    16. Automatic analysis of social emotions Hatice Gunes and Björn Schüller
    17. Social signal processing for automatic role recognition Alessandro Vinciarelli
    18. Machine learning methods for social signal processing Ognjen Rudovic, Mihalis A. Nicolaou and Vladimir Pavlovic
    Part III. Machine Synthesis of Social Signals:
    19. Speech synthesis Kallirroi Georgila
    20. Body movements generation for virtual characters and social robots Aryel Beck, Zerrin Yumak and Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann
    21. Approach and dominance as social signals for affective interfaces Marc Cavazza
    22. Virtual reality and prosocial behaviour Ketaki Shriram, Soo Youn Oh and Jeremy Bailenson
    23. Social signal processing in social robotics Maha Salem and Kerstin Dautenhahn
    Part IV. Applications of Social Signal Processing:
    24. Social signal processing for surveillance Dong Seon Cheng and Marco Cristani
    25. Analysis of small groups Daniel Gatica-Perez, Oya Aran and Dinesh Jayagopi
    26. Multimedia implicit tagging Mohammad Soleymani and Maja Pantic
    27. Social signal processing for conflict analysis and understanding Alessandro Vinciarelli
    28. Social signal processing and socially assistive robotics in developmental disorders Mohamed Chetouani, Sofiane Boucenna, Laurence Chaby, Monique Plaza and David Cohen
    29. Social signal of deception and dishonesty Judee K. Burgoon, Dimitris Metaxas, Thirimachos Bourlai and Aaron Elkins.

  • Editors

    Judee K. Burgoon, University of Arizona
    Judee Burgoon is Professor of Communication, Family Studies and Human Development at the University of Arizona, where she is Director of Research for the Center for the Management of Information. She has authored or edited fourteen books and monographs and more than 300 published articles, chapters and reviews related to nonverbal and verbal communication, interpersonal deception, and computer-mediated communication. The recipient of the highest honors from the International Communication Association and National Communication Association, she has been named the most published woman in the field of communication in the twentieth century.

    Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, Université de Genève
    Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann has pioneered research into virtual humans over the last thirty years. Recently, she revolutionized robotics with her social robot, Nadine, who shows emotions and memory processes. She has received more than thirty awards and, besides directing her research group MIRALab at the University of Geneva, is presently Visiting Professor and Director of the Institute for Media Innovation (IMI) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

    Maja Pantic, Imperial College London
    Maja Pantic is Professor of Affective and Behavioral Computing and leader of the i�G group at Imperial College London, working on machine analysis of human non-verbal behavior and its applications to human-computer, human-robot and computer-mediated human-human interaction. She has published more than 250 technical papers in machine analysis of facial expressions, machine analysis of human body gestures, audiovisual analysis of emotions and social signals, and human-centered machine interfaces.

    Alessandro Vinciarelli, University of Glasgow
    Alessandro Vinciarelli is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of the School of Computing Science and Associate Academic of the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow. He has published more than 100 scientific works, has been principal or co-principal investigator on fifteen national and international projects, including the European Network of Excellence on Social Signal Processing. Vinciarelli has organized more than twenty-five scientific events and has co-funded a webcasting company, Klewel.

    Contributors

    Alessandro Vinciarelli, Kory Floyd, Valerie Manusov, Cydney H. Dupree, Susan T. Fiske, Marianne Schmid Mast, Judith A. Hall, Ross Buck, Mike Miller, Stacie Renfro Powers, Klaus Scherer, Björn Schüller, Aaron Elkins, Mark R. Leary, Katrina P. Jongman-Sereno, Judee K. Burgoon, Norah E. Dunbar, Howard Giles, William D. Crano, Jason T. Siegel, Christine Rosakranse, Clifford Nass, Soo Youn Oh, Michel Valstar, Stefanos Zafeiriou, Maja Pantic, Ronald Poppe, Bruno Lepri, Fabio Pianesi, Hatice Gunes, Mohamed Chetouani, Emilie Delaherche, Guillaume Dumas, David Cohen, Ognjen Rudovic, Mihalis A. Nicolau, Vladimir Pavlovic, Kallirroi Georgila, Aryel Beck, Zerrin Yumak, Nadia Magnenat-Thalman, Marc Cavazza, Ketaki Shriram, Jeremy Bailenson, Maha Salem, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Dong Seon Cheng, Marco Cristani, Daniel Gatica-Perez, Oya Aran, Dinesh Jayagopi, Mohammad Soleymani, Sofiane Boucenna, Laurence Chaby, Monique Plaza, Dmitri Metaxas, Thirimachos Bourlai

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