Search Results for author: Hayley Hung

Found 9 papers, 2 papers with code

Social Processes: Self-Supervised Forecasting of Nonverbal Cues in Social Conversations

1 code implementation28 Jul 2021 Chirag Raman, Hayley Hung, Marco Loog

In this work, we take the first step in the direction of a bottom-up self-supervised approach in the domain.

Social Cue Forecasting

A Blast From the Past: Personalizing Predictions of Video-Induced Emotions using Personal Memories as Context

no code implementations27 Aug 2020 Bernd Dudzik, Joost Broekens, Mark Neerincx, Hayley Hung

A key challenge in the accurate prediction of viewers' emotional responses to video stimuli in real-world applications is accounting for person- and situation-specific variation.

A Modular Approach for Synchronized Wireless Multimodal Multisensor Data Acquisition in Highly Dynamic Social Settings

no code implementations9 Aug 2020 Chirag Raman, Stephanie Tan, Hayley Hung

In this work, we propose a modular and cost-effective wireless approach for synchronized multisensor data acquisition of social human behavior.

Facial Feedback for Reinforcement Learning: A Case Study and Offline Analysis Using the TAMER Framework

no code implementations23 Jan 2020 Guangliang Li, Hamdi Dibeklioğlu, Shimon Whiteson, Hayley Hung

Interactive reinforcement learning provides a way for agents to learn to solve tasks from evaluative feedback provided by a human user.

Detecting F-formations & Roles in Crowded Social Scenes with Wearables: Combining Proxemics & Dynamics using LSTMs

no code implementations17 Nov 2019 Alessio Rosatelli, Ekin Gedik, Hayley Hung

In this paper, we investigate the use of proxemics and dynamics for automatically identifying conversing groups, or so-called F-formations.

Towards automatic estimation of conversation floors within F-formations

no code implementations19 Jul 2019 Chirag Raman, Hayley Hung

We motivate a metric for the existence of distinct conversation floors based on simultaneous speaker turns, and provide an analysis using this metric to characterize conversations across F-formations of varying cardinality.

Improving Temporal Interpolation of Head and Body Pose using Gaussian Process Regression in a Matrix Completion Setting

no code implementations6 Aug 2018 Stephanie Tan, Hayley Hung

As well as fitting a more flexible model to missing labels in time, we posit that our approach also loosens the head and body coupling constraint, allowing for a more expressive model of the head and body pose typically seen during conversational interaction in groups.

Matrix Completion Pose Estimation

Beyond F-Formations: Determining Social Involvement in Free Standing Conversing Groups From Static Images

no code implementations CVPR 2016 Lu Zhang, Hayley Hung

In this paper, we present the first attempt to analyse differing levels of social involvement in free standing conversing groups (or the so-called F-formations) from static images.

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