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Combining Audio and Video for Detection of Spontaneous Emotions

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Combining Audio and Video for Detection of Spontaneous Emotions
The paper presents our initial attempts in building an audio video emotion recognition system. Both, audio and video sub-systems are discussed, and description of the database of spontaneous emotions is given. The task of labelling the recordings from the database according to different emotions is discussed and the measured agreement between multiple annotators is presented. Instead of focusing on the prosody in audio emotion recognition, we evaluate the possibility of using linear transformations (CMLLR) as features. The classification results from audio and video sub-systems are combined using sum rule fusion and the increase in recognition results, when using both modalities, is presented. Key words: bimodal emotion database, emotion recognition, linear transformations
Rok Gajsek, Vitomir Struc, Simon Dobrisek, Janez Z
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where COST
Authors Rok Gajsek, Vitomir Struc, Simon Dobrisek, Janez Zibert, France Mihelic, Nikola Pavesic
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