Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example

Pfeiffer T, Hofmann F, Hahn F, Rieser H, Röpke I (2013)
In: Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference. Eskenazi M, Strube M, Di Eugenio B, Williams JD (Eds);Association for Computational Linguistics: 270-279.

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Eskenazi, Maxine ; Strube, Michael ; Di Eugenio, Barbara ; Williams, Jason D.
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A fundamental problem in manual based gesture semantics reconstruction is the specification of preferred semantic concepts for gesture trajectories. This issue is complicated by problems human raters have annotating fast-paced three dimensional trajectories. Based on a detailed example of a gesticulated circular trajectory, we present a data-driven approach that covers parts of the semantic reconstruction by making use of motion capturing (mocap) technology. In our FA3ME framework we use a complex event processing approach to analyse and annotate multi-modal events. This framework provides grounds for a detailed description of how to get at the semantic concept of circularity observed in the data.
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SIGDIAL 2013
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Metz, France
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2013-08-22 – 2013-08-24
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Pfeiffer T, Hofmann F, Hahn F, Rieser H, Röpke I. Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example. In: Eskenazi M, Strube M, Di Eugenio B, Williams JD, eds. Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference. Association for Computational Linguistics; 2013: 270-279.
Pfeiffer, T., Hofmann, F., Hahn, F., Rieser, H., & Röpke, I. (2013). Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example. In M. Eskenazi, M. Strube, B. Di Eugenio, & J. D. Williams (Eds.), Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference (pp. 270-279). Association for Computational Linguistics.
Pfeiffer, T., Hofmann, F., Hahn, F., Rieser, H., and Röpke, I. (2013). “Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example” in Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference, ed. M. Eskenazi, M. Strube, B. Di Eugenio, and J. D. Williams (Association for Computational Linguistics), 270-279.
Pfeiffer, T., et al., 2013. Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example. In M. Eskenazi, et al., eds. Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference. Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 270-279.
T. Pfeiffer, et al., “Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example”, Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference, M. Eskenazi, et al., eds., Association for Computational Linguistics, 2013, pp.270-279.
Pfeiffer, T., Hofmann, F., Hahn, F., Rieser, H., Röpke, I.: Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example. In: Eskenazi, M., Strube, M., Di Eugenio, B., and Williams, J.D. (eds.) Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference. p. 270-279. Association for Computational Linguistics (2013).
Pfeiffer, Thies, Hofmann, Florian, Hahn, Florian, Rieser, Hannes, and Röpke, Insa. “Gesture semantics reconstruction based on motion capturing and complex event processing: a circular shape example”. Proceedings of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialog (SIGDIAL) 2013 Conference. Ed. Maxine Eskenazi, Michael Strube, Barbara Di Eugenio, and Jason D. Williams. Association for Computational Linguistics, 2013. 270-279.
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