Introducing MULAI: A Multimodal Database of Laughter during Dyadic Interactions

Although laughter has gained considerable interest from a diversity of research areas, there still is a need for laughter specific databases. We present the Multimodal Laughter during Interaction (MULAI) database to study the expressive patterns of conversational and humour related laughter... (read more)

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