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PLoP 2012 Paper:
Towards a Pattern Language for Affective Systems

   🙂 A paper accepted to PLoP2012 ! 19th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP) Tucson, Arizona, US October, 2012   Abstract There is growing interest about personalizing a computer’s responses according to a user’s affective states (emotions). This …

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PLoP 2011 Paper:
From Behavioral Description to A Pattern-Based Model for Intelligent Tutoring Systems

18th International Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs. Portland, OR, USA October 2011.    Abstract Intelligent Tutoring Systems are capable of becoming an alternative to expert human tutors, able to provide direct customized instruction and feedback to students. Although Intelligent …

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EuroPLoP 2011 Paper:
Affective Computing Meets Design Patterns: A Pattern-Based Model of A Multimodal Emotion Recognition Framework

16th European Conference on Patterns Languages of Programs. Irsee, Germany. July 2011.   Abstract The computer’s ability to recognize human affective state given physiological signals is gaining in popularity to create empathetic systems such as learning environments, health care systems …

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