Annotating and Measuring Meeting Behavior
Noldus, Grieco, Loijens, Zimmerman (eds), Proceedings of Measuring Behavior 2005, 5th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research. Wageningen: Noldus Information Technology, p. 135-136, ISBN 9789074821711
2 Pages Posted: 26 Apr 2017
Date Written: August 28, 2005
Within the AMI (Augmented Multi-party Interaction) project technologies will be developed that can facilitate human interaction in the context of instrumented meeting rooms, which includes remote participant support and the possibility to browse through past meetings. The project collects data on people engaged in meetings in order to describe, analyze and theorize about meeting behavior and collaborative work. This symposium addresses research methods and techniques used in the AMI project. It deals with the collection of a richly annotated corpus, the design of annotation tools that are focused on specific annotation tasks, methods for user requirements elicitation and browser evaluation, and the observation and interpretation of behavior to obtain recognized behavioral aspects that are visualized and evaluated in a virtual meeting room.
Keywords: Meetings, human interaction, annotation, multimodal, user requirements
JEL Classification: C89, M19
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