Emergence of synchrony in an Adaptive Interaction Model

Abstract : In a Human-Computer Interaction context, we aim to elaborate an adaptive and generic interaction model in two different use cases: Embodied Conversational Agents and Creative Musical Agents for musical improvisation. To reach this goal, we'll try to use the concepts of adaptation and synchronization to enhance the interactive abilities of our agents and guide the development of our interaction model, and will try to make synchrony emerge from non-verbal dimensions of interaction.
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Kevin Sanlaville, Gérard Assayag, Frédéric Bevilacqua, Catherine Pelachaud. Emergence of synchrony in an Adaptive Interaction Model. Intelligent Virtual Agents 2015 Doctoral Consortium, Aug 2015, Delft, Netherlands. ⟨hal-01164604⟩

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