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Cross-language acoustic emotion recognition: An overview and some tendencies

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Cross-language acoustic emotion recognition: An overview and some tendencies
—Automatic emotion recognition from speech has matured close to the point where it reaches broader commercial interest. One of the last major limiting factors is the ability to deal with multilingual inputs as will be given in a reallife operating system in many if not most cases. As in reallife scenarios speech is often used mixed across languages more experience will be needed in performance effects of crosslanguage recognition. In this contribution we first provide an overview on languages covered in the research on emotion and speech finding that only roughly two thirds of native speakers’ languages are so far touched upon. We thus next shed light on mis-matched vs matched condition emotion recognition across a variety of languages. By intention, we include less researched languages of more distant language families such as Burmese, Romanian or Turkish. Binary arousal and valence mapping is employed in order to be able to train and test across databases that have originally b...
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where ACII
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