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What is most important for an Emotion Markup Language?

Marc Schröder; Ian Wilson; William Jarrold; Dylan Evans; Catherine Pelachaud; Enrico Zovato; Kostas Karpouzis
In: Dirk Reichardt (Hrsg.). Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Emotion and Computing. KI 2008, September 23-26, Kaiserslautern, Germany, Pages 9-16, o.A. 2008.

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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.

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