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By Arvid Kappas (auth.), Sidney D’Mello, Arthur Graesser, Björn Schuller, Jean-Claude Martin (eds.)

The two-volume set LNCS 6974 and LNCS 6975 constitutes the refereed court cases of the Fourth foreign convention on Affective Computing and clever interplay, ACII 2011, held in Memphis,TN, united states, in October 2011.
The one hundred thirty five papers during this quantity set offered including three invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 196 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on popularity and synthesis of human impact, affect-sensitive functions, methodological matters in affective computing, affective and social robotics, affective and behavioral interfaces, suitable insights from psychology, affective databases, overview and annotation tools.

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Figure 1 presents a dendrogrram obtained from hierarchical clustering on the data for one subject. The clusters w were computed using the singlee linkage method [22] based on distances (Mahalanobbis) between group means. It is clear from the dendrogram that there are different clusters for each day. In addition, day d 3 data forms a cluster with day 5 data, however witthin this cluster D5_PV (the positive valence class of day 5) and D5_NV forms a clusster, days 2, 3, and 4 form disttinct clusters.

Clearly, the IAPS stimuli was quite successful in eliciting valence, but was much less effective in influencing arousal. 1 Classification Results for Day Datasets Day datasets were constructed separately for the two affective measures valence (positive/negative) and arousal (low/high). Additionally, Separate datasets were constructed using IAPS ratings (Instances were labeled by the corresponding image category) and self reports of subjects. In total there were 80 (4 subjects x 5 recording session’s x 2 affective measures (valence and arousal) x 2 ratings (IAPS ratings and self reports)) datasets with 80 instances in each data set.

There are different strategies used for building and updating classifier ensembles that can work in non-stationary environments; see [12] for a detailed review. Winnow is an ensemble based algorithm that is similar to a weighted majority voting algorithm because it combines decisions from ensemble members based on their weights. However, it utilizes a different updating approach for member classifiers. This includes promoting ensemble members that make correct predictions and demoting those that make incorrect predictions.

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