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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In this work, we study people's emotions evoked by viewing abstract art images based on traditional low-level image features within a binary classification framework. Abstract art is used here instead of artistic or photographic images because those contain contextual information that influences the emotional assessment in a highly individual manner. Whether an image of a cat or a mountain elicits a negative or positive response is subjective. After discussing challenges concerning imagedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-24800-9_38 fatcat:p56clls5hbgaphsesyvydqtiki