Sciweavers

Share
INTERSPEECH
2010

Prosody and voice quality of vocal social signals: the case of dominance in scenario meetings

8 years 9 months ago
Prosody and voice quality of vocal social signals: the case of dominance in scenario meetings
In this paper we investigate the prosody and voice quality of dominance in scenario meetings. We have found that in these scenarios the most dominant person tends to speak with a louder-than-average voice quality and the least dominant person with a softer-than-average voice quality. We also found that the most dominant role in the meetings is the project manager and the least dominant the marketing expert. A set of raw and composite measures of prosody and voice quality are extracted from the meeting data followed by a Principal Components Analysis (PCA) to identify the core factors predicting the associated social signal or related annotation.
Marcela Charfuelan, Marc Schröder, Ingmar Ste
Added 18 May 2011
Updated 18 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where INTERSPEECH
Authors Marcela Charfuelan, Marc Schröder, Ingmar Steiner
Comments (0)
books