CALL: The ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems

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CALL: The ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems

Time: November 26, 2013 to March 26, 2014
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Organized By: ACM
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Call for Papers

Special Issue of the ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems on BEHAVIOR UNDERSTANDING FOR ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Main submission deadline: March 26th, 2014


Techniques for understanding human behavior have become an important technology for interactive intelligent systems. New challenges arise when the behavior being analyzed involves engagement with arts and/or entertainment.

The subject of the behavior understanding may be either a
creator, such as a visual artist or a performer; or a person who engages with a (possibly interactive) work of art or
entertainment. A system can support these types of interaction in novel and interesting ways through real-time behavior analysis.

The same types of behavior can also be analyzed off-line, to
support research in areas like interaction design and social

The creativity that is involved makes it less likely that the
behavior conforms to known patterns and norms, and it makes evaluation less straightforward.

This special issue aims to encourage and publish research about the challenges and opportunities associated with human behavior understanding in arts and entertainment. In accordance with the scope of ACM TiiS, each submission should include a discussion of the implications of the research for some type of interactive system. The specific topics of submitted manuscripts can differ along the dimensions listed below.


Nature of the Behavior Being Analyzed
- Creative performance and/or responses to it
- Creation of an artifact and/or interaction with it
- Game playing
- ...

Unit of Behavioral Analysis
- Individual behavior
- Group behavior

System Actions Taken on the Basis of On-Line Behavior
- Support for creative performance
- Enhancement of interaction with a game or interactive work of art
- Increasing the effectiveness of edutainment or persuasion
- Personalization and adaptation
- ...

Functions of Off-Line Behavior Understanding
- Laying a foundation for improving interaction design
- Gaining insights into human behavior in creative contexts
- ...

Computational Techniques for Human Behavior Understanding
- Action and activity recognition
- Affective and social signal analysis
- Face analysis
- Analysis of postures, gestures, and haptic interaction
- Voice and speech analysis
- Analysis of gaze and attention
- Biosignal analysis
- Techniques for benchmarking and evaluation
- ...

Application Domains
- Visual and digital arts
- Entertainment
- Education and edutainment
- Computer games
- Healthcare and well-being
- Creativity training
- ...


Please see the instructions for authors on the TiiS website

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ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community Committee:
Victoria Szabo, Chair
Andres Burbano, Sue Gollifer, Kathy Rae Huffman, Bonnie Mitchell, Hye Yeon Nam, Derick Ostrenko, Melentie Pandilovski, Jan Searleman, Ruth West.


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