Mohamed Abouelenien

Assistant Professor, Computer and Information Science

College of Engineering & Computer Science

Mohamed Abouelenien

Assistant Professor, Computer and Information Science

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Mohamed Abouelenien

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan - Dearborn
Computer & Information Science
244 CIS
Dearborn, MI 48128
Tel: 313-593-3963
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Datasets

    Real-life Deception Detection Dataset

    The dataset consists of real-life trial videos that contain statements made by exonerees after exoneration and a few statements from defendants during crime-related TV episodes. The speakers in the videos are either defendants or witnesses. The video clips are labeled as deceptive or truthful based on a guilty verdict, not-guilty verdict, and exoneration. The above link also includes other valuable deception detection datasets.

    Citation information:

    U. M. Sen, V. Perez-Rosas, B. Yanikoglu, M. Abouelenien, M. Burzo and R. Mihalcea, "Multimodal Deception Detection using Real-Life Trial Data," in IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2020. [PDF]

    V. Perez-Rosas, M. Abouelenien, R. Mihalcea, and M. Burzo. "Deception detection using real-life trial data", in Proceedings of the 2015 ACM on International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, ICMI 2015, pages 59-66, Seattle, WA, USA, November 2015. [PDF]