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Results are shown for the three fusion methods (average, weighted average, maximum). For the ChIMP politeness detection task, performance of the baseline (unsupervised) model is lower than that quoted in  for lexical features. Performance improves signiﬁcantly by adapting the aﬀective model using in-domain ChIMP data reaching up to 84% accuracy for linear fusion (matching the results in ). The best results for frustration detection are achieved with the baseline model and max fusion schemes at 66% (at least as good as those reported in ).
So far, several ontologies have been defined for the image processing domain. Some of them contain a conceptualization of image features, but aim at specific image processing tasks. A Visual Concept Ontology has been proposed in  and recently re-used in  to define a general framework able to support the automatic generation of image processing applications (ranging from image pre-processing tasks, such as enhancement and restoration, to image segmentation tasks). Other ontologies have been developed to support semantic annotations of images [9, 10].