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  1. Communication and sharing of opinions play a crucial role in shaping the views of a person in a society. Interactions with other people enable a person to interpret their views and expound his opinion. Ordinar...

    Authors: Gautam Verma, Shubham Sharma and Rinkaj Goyal
    Citation: Computational Cognitive Science 2016 2:2
  2. Two experiments investigated the effect of features of human behaviour on the quality of interaction with an Embodied Conversational Agent (ECA).

    Authors: Catherine J. Stevens, Bronwyn Pinchbeck, Trent Lewis, Martin Luerssen, Darius Pfitzner, David M. W. Powers, Arman Abrahamyan, Yvonne Leung and Guillaume Gibert
    Citation: Computational Cognitive Science 2016 2:1
  3. Virtual humans have become part of our everyday life (movies, internet, and computer games). Even though they are becoming more and more realistic, their speech capabilities are, most of the time, limited and ...

    Authors: Guillaume Gibert, Kirk N. Olsen, Yvonne Leung and Catherine J. Stevens
    Citation: Computational Cognitive Science 2015 1:7
  4. Based on cross-disciplinary approaches to Embodied Conversational Agents, evaluation methods for such human-computer interfaces are structured and presented. An introductory systematisation of evaluation topic...

    Authors: Benjamin Weiss, Ina Wechsung, Christine Kühnel and Sebastian Möller
    Citation: Computational Cognitive Science 2015 1:6
  5. Understanding how people tick is an endeavour that has challenged us for millennia, both in informal settings and in increasingly formalized and scientific disciplines. Some are interested in the biology and o...

    Authors: David M W Powers
    Citation: Computational Cognitive Science 2015 1:5
  6. We present an introduction to the modeling of networks of nodes which parse the information presented to them into an output. One example is the nodes are excitable neurons which are collected into a nervous s...

    Authors: James K Peterson
    Citation: Computational Cognitive Science 2015 1:1