In stories, the emotional charge of the characters plays an important role in engaging the audience. The emotional states of the characters allow the audience to understand their motivations and to perceive their reactions to a dramatic situation. In this paper, relying on a semantic representation of the drama features, we present and evaluate an emotional rule system that generates the characters’ emotions based on their representation of their mental states

Rule Based Appraisal of Emotions in Drama

LOMBARDO, Vincenzo;DAMIANO, Rossana;BATTAGLINO, Cristina;PIZZO, Antonio
2015

Abstract

In stories, the emotional charge of the characters plays an important role in engaging the audience. The emotional states of the characters allow the audience to understand their motivations and to perceive their reactions to a dramatic situation. In this paper, relying on a semantic representation of the drama features, we present and evaluate an emotional rule system that generates the characters’ emotions based on their representation of their mental states
2nd International Workshop on Emotion and Sentiment in Social and Expressive Media (ESSEM2015) @ AAMAS
Istanbul
May 2015
Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Emotion and Sentimentin Social and Expressive Media: Opportunities and Challenges for Emotion-awareMultiagent Systems co-located with 14th International Conference onAutonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2015), Istanbul,Turkey, May 5, 2015.
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emotion annotation, drama ontology
Lombardo, Vincenzo; Damiano, Rossana; Battaglino, Cristina; Pizzo, Antonio
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