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Title:
Proceedings of the 4th European and 7th Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication (MMSYM 2016), Copenhagen, 29-30 September 2016
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Editor(s):
Patrizia Paggio: University of Copenhagen, Denmark / University of Malta Costanza Navarretta: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Year:
2017
No. of pages:
128
Language:
English
ISBN:
978-91-7685-423-5
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Issue:
141
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Published:
2017-09-13
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet



This volume presents a selection of the papers presented at MMSYM 2016, the 4th European and 7th Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication. The symposium aimed to provide a multidisciplinary forum for researchers from different disciplines who study multimodality in human communication as well as in human-computer interaction. It was organised by the Centre for anguage Technology (CST), University of Copenhagen, and took place at the University of Copenhagen on September 29-30, 2016. The invited speaker was Adam Kendon which discussed the relation of language and gesture in communication.

The symposium followed up on a tradition established by the Swedish Symposia on Multimodal Communication held from 1997 till 2000, and continued by the Nordic Symposia on Multimodal Communication held from 2003 to 2012. Since 2013 the symposium has acquired a broader European dimension, with editions held in Malta, Estonia and Ireland. In 2016 the symposium returned to the University of Copenhagen.

As in the preceding editions, we aimed to present a broad view of the field by accepting papers on a wide range of topics and employing different methodologies in order to reflect the largely interdisciplinary nature of this research filed. This breadth is also maintained in the choice of papers presented here, which span from modelling and automatic detection of different kinds of communicative movement to the use of non-verbal signals for specific purposes in different communicative situations and different languages. The methods adopted also vary a great deal, encompassing quantitative analyses, experimental and neurocognitive investigations, and semiotic taxonomies.



Proceedings of the 4th European and 7th Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication (MMSYM 2016), Copenhagen, 29-30 September 2016

141:001
Patrizia Paggio, Costanza Navarretta
Introduction
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141:002
Johan Frid, Gilbert Ambrazaitis, Malin Svensson-Lundmark, David House
Towards classification of head movements in audiovisual recordings of read news
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141:003
Bart Jongejan, Patrizia Paggio, Costanza Navarretta
Classifying head movements in video-recorded conversations based on movement velocity, acceleration and jerk
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141:004
Kalin Stefanov, Jonas Beskow
A Real-time Gesture Recognition System for Isolated Swedish Sign Language Signs
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141:005
Costanza Navarretta
Barack Obama’s pauses and gestures in humorous speeches
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141:006
Keith Curtis, Gareth J.F. Jones, Nick Campbell
Identification of Emphasised Regions in Audio-Visual Presentations
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141:007
Annelies Jehoul, Geert Brône, Kurt Feyaerts
Gaze patterns and fillers : Empirical data on the difference between Dutch ‘euh’ and ‘euhm’
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141:008
Marieke Hoetjes
Gestures become more informative after negative feedback
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141:009
Bjørn Wessel-Tolvig, Patrizia Paggio
Can gestures change perceived meaning of ambiguous motion events Evidence from Italian verb-particle constructions
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141:010
Thomas Ousterhout
BCI effectiveness test through N400 replication study
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141:011
Thomas Ousterhout
Investigation of the semantic priming effect with the N400 using symbolic pictures in text
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141:012
Jennifer Gerwing
Physicians’ and patients’ use of body-oriented gestures in primary care consultations
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141:013
Jens Allwood, Elisabeth Ahlsén, Stefano Lanzini, Ali Attaran
Multimodal health communication in two cultures – A comparison of Swedish and Malaysian Youtube videos
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141:014
Laura Vincze, Isabella Poggi
I am definitely certain of this! : Towards a multimodal repertoire of signals communicating a high degree of certainty
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141:015
Isabella Poggi, Alessandro Ansani
Forte, piano, crescendo, diminuendo : Gestures of intensity in orchestra and choir conduction
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141:016
Grigory Kreydlin, Lidia Khesed
The human body in multimodal communication: the semiotic conceptualization of hair
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Proceedings of the 4th European and 7th Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication (MMSYM 2016), Copenhagen, 29-30 September 2016

Author:
Patrizia Paggio, Costanza Navarretta
Title:
Proceedings of the 4th European and 7th Nordic Symposium on Multimodal Communication (MMSYM 2016), Copenhagen, 29-30 September 2016
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