DFKI-LT - What is most important for an Emotion Markup Language?

Marc Schröder, Ian Wilson, William Jarrold, Dylan Evans, Catherine Pelachaud, Enrico Zovato, Kostas Karpouzis
What is most important for an Emotion Markup Language?
in: Dirk Reichardt (ed.):
1 Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Emotion and Computing, Pages 9-16, Kaiserslautern, Germany, o.A., 2008,
ISSN 1865-6374

 
The paper describes the consolidated set of mandatory and optional requirements for an Emotion Markup Language as identified by the W3C Emotion Markup Language Incubator group. It also exposes a number of relevant questions that arise from theoretical considerations as well as from the intended use of the markup language.
 
Files: BibTeX, schroeder_etal2008.pdf