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Conflict and Multimodal Communication Social Research and Machine Intelligence Conflict and Multimodal Communication Social Research and Machine Intelligence.

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    F. DÉrrico, I. Poggi, A. Vinciarelli, and L. Vincze, Conflict and Multimodal Communication Social Research and Machine Intelligence Conflict and Multimodal Communication Social Research and Machine Intelligence., Springer, 2015.
    @book{der_pog_2015, title = "Conflict and Multimodal Communication Social Research and Machine Intelligence Conflict and Multimodal Communication Social Research and Machine Intelligence.",
      author = "Francesca D'Errico and Isabella Poggi and Alessandro Vinciarelli and Laura Vincze", publisher = "Springer", year = "2015", month = "Mar", series = "Computational Social Science", url = "http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-14081-0", abstract = {It takes an interdisciplinary approach toward conflict and negotiation, taking into account the adoption of machine intelligence approaches to automatically understand and measure conflict and negotiation processes Surveys current work in social signal processing and affective computing towards the prediction of conflict outcomes Approaches conflict and negotiation from several perspectives, including those of cognitive sciences, social psychology, evolution, and ethology This book explores the use of technology to detect, predict and understand social cues, in order to analyze and prevent conflict. Traditional human sciences approaches are enriched with the latest developments in Social Signal Processing aimed at an automatic understanding of conflict and negotiation. Communication—both verbal and non-verbal, within the context of a conflict—is studied with the aim of promoting the use of intelligent machines that automatically measure and understand the escalation of conflict, and are able to manage it, in order to support the negotiation process. Particular attention is paid to the integration of human sciences findings with computational approaches, from the application of correct methodologies for the collection of valid data to the development of computational approaches inspired by research on verbal and multimodal communication. In the words of the trade unionist Pierre Carniti, \"We should reevaluate conflict, since without conflict there is no social justice.\" With this in mind, this volume does not approach conflict simply as an obstacle to be overcome, but as a concept to be fully analyzed. The philosophical, linguistic and psychological aspects of conflict, once understood, can be used to promote conflict management as a means for change and social justice. }
    }
    It takes an interdisciplinary approach toward conflict and negotiation, taking into account the adoption of machine intelligence approaches to automatically understand and measure conflict and negotiation processes
    Surveys current work in social signal processing and affective computing towards the prediction of conflict outcomes
    Approaches conflict and negotiation from several perspectives, including those of cognitive sciences, social psychology, evolution, and ethology
    This book explores the use of technology to detect, predict and understand social cues, in order to analyze and prevent conflict. Traditional human sciences approaches are enriched with the latest developments in Social Signal Processing aimed at an automatic understanding of conflict and negotiation. Communication—both verbal and non-verbal, within the context of a conflict—is studied with the aim of promoting the use of intelligent machines that automatically measure and understand the escalation of conflict, and are able to manage it, in order to support the negotiation process. Particular attention is paid to the integration of human sciences findings with computational approaches, from the application of correct methodologies for the collection of valid data to the development of computational approaches inspired by research on verbal and multimodal communication.
    In the words of the trade unionist Pierre Carniti, \”We should reevaluate conflict, since without conflict there is no social justice.\”
    With this in mind, this volume does not approach conflict simply as an obstacle to be overcome, but as a concept to be fully analyzed. The philosophical, linguistic and psychological aspects of conflict, once understood, can be used to promote conflict management as a means for change and social justice.

Categories: multimodal-analysis; multimodal-synthesis; psychological-modelling

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