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Master Thesis

Micro-expressions audio-visuelles dans la communication expressive : enjeux pluri-culturels

Abstract : The changing of social habits creates every day new needs in the area of Natural Language Processing. Especially in the case of speech technologies, one of the major challenges is the analysis of non-lexicalized sounds, accompanied by specific gestures, premises of human language. These objects are referred to as speech micro-expressions in this study. In recognition, these objects provide an understanding of the socio-emotional attitudes of humans which are the heart of the new challenges of modern applications. If we already have some ideas to investigate acoustic aspects of these micro-expressions, visual analysis is another matter. It is interesting to see how new movements in fashion as synergologie can be used in a scientific research. The current study aims to understand these mechanisms and issues through an experiment of speech micro-expressions perception in a French-Japanese contrast.
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yuko Sasa. Micro-expressions audio-visuelles dans la communication expressive : enjeux pluri-culturels. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2012. ⟨dumas-00709396⟩



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