Special Issue "Sensors for Affective Computing and Sentiment Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2020).
Interests: image processing; cognitive vision; robot vision; multisensor fusion; multimodal interfaces; ambient intelligence
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Interests: signal processing; physiological sensors; sensors networks; Internet of Things; embedded systems
Emotions are essential in human–human communication, cognition, learning, and rational decision-making processes. However, human–machine interfaces (HMIs) are still not able to understand human sentiments and react accordingly. With the aim of endowing HMIs with the emotional intelligence they lack, the affective computing science focuses on the development of artificial intelligence by means of the analysis of affects and emotions, such that systems and sensors could be able to recognize, interpret, process, and simulate human sentiments.
Nowadays, the evaluation of electrophysiological signals plays a key role in the advancement towards that purpose, as they are an objective representation of the emotional state of an individual. Hence, interest in physiological variables like electroencephalogram, electrocardiogram, or electrodermal activity, among many others, has notably grown in the field of affective states detection. Furthermore, emotions have also been widely identified by means of the assessment of speech characteristics and facial gestures of people under different sentimental conditions.
This Special Issue, Sensors for Affective Computing and Sentiment Analysis, is intended to be a venue for researchers that are interested in the development and/or use of physical sensors in those areas of expertise related to sentiment analysis, who want to initiate their studies or are currently working on this topic. Hence, manuscripts introducing new proposals based on physical sensors for the analysis of physiological measures, facial recognition, speech recognition, or natural language processing are welcome in this Special Issue of Sensors for Affective Computing and Sentiment Analysis.
Prof. Dr. Antonio Fernández-Caballero
Dr. Arturo Martínez-Rodrigo
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- Sensors for affective computing
- Sensors for sentiment analysis
- Sensors for ubiquitous and pervasive computing
- Sensors for ambient intelligence
- Sensors for ambient assisted living
- Sensors for physiological computing
- Internet of things sensors
- Sensors for natural language processing
- Brain–-computer interfaces
- Biofeedback and neurofeedback systems
- Wearable systems
- Applications and case studies