Finally, let`s look at the most frequent discussions as part of an agreement. Tables 10-14 show, according to the thematic convention, that each model is composed of at least two types of events. The types of events that make up a pattern are separated by a space. Each type of event starts with the name of a given class, followed by “b” or “e” for “begin” or “end,” followed by the item`s name in the specified class. As an example of this general scoring system, see the first pattern in Table 10: These words express a strong agreement with another person. Begitulah ungkapan agree diasgree dalam bahasa Inggris. Contoh dialog agreement dan disagreement untuk 2, 3, 4, dan 5 orang diatas mestinya hanya dipakai sebageai contoh untuk bisa disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan misal agreed dan disagree dengan topik bermain, olah raga, bekerja, dan belajar. Happy to learn English! Dialog 5 Abi: The weather is getting hotter and hotter. Bio: This is one of the effects on global warming.
Abi: Yes, I know. Bio: When I think about it, global warming shows us that our planet is dying. Abi: You agree! Without global warming, we didn`t even know we had to save our planet. Bio: Oh what an irony! We will not begin to take care of our planet as long as it is about to die. Abi: Yes, it`s a shame, but at least we`ll take care of it. Let`s not worry about things we can`t control. There were 40 rating levels, including video and audio; either multimodal, unimodal, or physically measurable events, or non-physical abstract events, the latter being the result of a pragmatic interpretation (for the development of the pragmatic characteristics of Corpus cf. Németh, 2011). Each grade level was performed independently of other remarks. Each file was checked by one annotator with comments, but by another. The agreement between the annotators was guaranteed by frequent consultations and debates.
The remark of physical events was naturally quite unimodal, as they came from a direct visual or audio observation or measurement, including, depending on the video, the direction of the gaze, the blinking movements, the hand and the head, the posture and, depending on the audio, the pitch movements, the changes in intensity, the silence, the overhanging language, the beginning and the end of the speech. Emotions were referred to in three ways: multimodal (observation of video and audio) and unimodal, after audio and still unimodal, by video (facial expressions). Indeed, these three different observational modalities did show differences in the magnitude and intensity of the emotions observed on the modalities of the same recording. In addition, as expected, this approach also provides the opportunity to capture the specificity of the spokesperson`s expression of emotions. During the development of the HuComTech Corpus, we wanted to identify a large number of multimodal behaviors during a certain observation period. Based on the resulting database data, this paper focuses on the discovery of time models related to agreement/disagreement. It describes the methodological basis of the structure of the corpus, the analysis and interpretation of the data. Particular emphasis is placed on the Theme research tool: we describe both its theoretical bases facilitating the analysis of multimodal behavioral data and some methodological questions of its application to the HuComTech Corpus.