Issue No. 03 - July-Sept. (2014 vol. 5)
Alessandro Vinciarelli , , University of Glasgow and Idiap Research Institute, Glasgow, U.K
Gelareh Mohammadi , Department of Neurosciences, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
By explicitly describing what has been done in the past, surveys implicitly outline what can (and sometimes should) be done in the future. The insightful commentary by Wright contributes significantly to this latter aspect, especially when it comes to aligning Personality Computing with the latest developments in Personality Science. This response article tries to progress in such a direction by discussing on Wright’s suggestions from a computing science point of view.
Context, Psychology, Conferences, Educational institutions, Signal processing, Communities, Computational modeling
A. Vinciarelli and G. Mohammadi, "More Personality in Personality Computing," in IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 297-300, 2014.