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Comparing Three Computational Models of Affect
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Author(s) : Bosse, T., Gratch, J., Hoorn, J.F.,Pontier, M.A., and Siddiqui, G.F.
Subject : affect modeling
Area : Computer Science
Language : English
Year : 2010
|Affiliations :||CAMeRA@VU University Amsterdam|
Url : http://www.few.vu.nl/~mpr210/PAAMS10-affectcomparison-v05.pdf
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