Emotion is the coded representation of the internal state of an Entity resulting from the interaction of a human or avatar with the Environment or subsets of it, such as “Angry”, “Sad”, “Determined”.
|Specifies the Emotion that the input carries.
|Specifies the Degree of Emotion as one of “Low,” “Medium,” and “High.”
|Specifies the ID of an Emotion listed in Table 42.
|Specifies the name of the Emotion set which contains the Emotion. Emotion set of Table 42 is used as a baseline, but other sets are possible.
Table 1 gives the standardised three-level Basic Emotion Set partly based on Paul Eckman .
Table 1 – Basic Emotion Label Set
Table 2 provides the semantics for each label in the GENERAL ADJECTIVAL and SPECIFIC ADJECTIVAL columns above.
Table 2 – Basic Emotion Semantics Set
|positive emotion combined with interest (cognitive state)
|emotion due to perception of physical or emotional damage or threat
|low or medium degree of fear, often continuing rather than instant
|emotion due to awareness of violating social or moral norms
|persistently angry due to disappointment or perception of hurt or injury
|relatively lacking emotion
|medium or low degree of happiness, continuing rather than instant
|high degree of happiness, often combined with surprise
|high degree of sadness, continuing rather than instant, combined with lethargy (see AROUSAL)
|sadness due to failure of desired outcome
|emotion due to urge to avoid, often due to unpleasant perception or disapproval
|shame due to consciousness of violation of social conventions
|emotion due to anticipation of physical or emotional pain or other undesired event or events
|angry due to failure of desired outcome
|high degree of angry
|sadness due to loss of an important social contact
|positive emotion, often continuing rather than instant
|sad due to absence from home
|emotion due to perception that others have caused social pain or embarrassment
|emotion due to perception that one has been improperly treated socially
|low or medium degree of angry
|emotion due to perception that others are more fortunate or successful
|high degree of happiness, often due to a specific event
|high degree of disgusted
|sad due to insufficient social contact
|high degree of embarrassment
|emotion associated with pleasant memories, usually of long before
|calm combined with low degree of happiness
|emotion due to perception of positive social standing
|emotion due to perception that one has been improperly treated
|calm due to acceptance of failure of desired outcome, often combined with low degree of sadness
|negative emotion, often continuing rather than instant, often associated with a specific event
|high degree of fear