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Emotion recognition based on physiological changes in music listening
  • J. Kim, E. André
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine…
  • 1 December 2008
Little attention has been paid so far to physiological signals for emotion recognition compared to audiovisual emotion channels such as facial expression or speech. This paper investigates theExpand
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The Geneva Minimalistic Acoustic Parameter Set (GeMAPS) for Voice Research and Affective Computing
Work on voice sciences over recent decades has led to a proliferation of acoustic parameters that are used quite selectively and are not always extracted in a similar fashion. With many independentExpand
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From Physiological Signals to Emotions: Implementing and Comparing Selected Methods for Feature Extraction and Classification
Little attention has been paid so far to physiological signals for emotion recognition compared to audio-visual emotion channels, such as facial expressions or speech. In this paper, we discuss theExpand
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The Persona Effect: How Substantial Is It?
Personification of interface agents has been speculated to have several advantages, such as a positive effect on agent credibility and on the perception of learning experience. However, importantExpand
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Integrating Models of Personality and Emotions into Lifelike Characters
A growing number of research projects in academia and industry have recently started to develop lifelike agents as a new metaphor for highly personalised human-machine communication. A strongExpand
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Creating Interactive Virtual Humans: Some Assembly Required
Discusses some of the key issues that must be addressed in creating virtual humans, or androids. As a first step, we overview the issues and available tools in three key areas of virtual humanExpand
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The automated design of believable dialogues for animated presentation teams
During the last few years, an increasing number of attempts have been made to develop systems that are able to generate presentations automatically. The aim to generate presentation variants on theExpand
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EmoVoice - A Framework for Online Recognition of Emotions from Voice
We present EmoVoice, a framework for emotional speech corpus and classifier creation and for offline as well as real-time online speech emotion recognition. The framework is intended to be used byExpand
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Comparing Feature Sets for Acted and Spontaneous Speech in View of Automatic Emotion Recognition
  • T. Vogt, E. André
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and…
  • 6 July 2005
We present a data-mining experiment on feature selection for automatic emotion recognition. Starting from more than 1000 features derived from pitch, energy and MFCC time series, the most relevantExpand
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Plan-Based Integration of Natural Language and Graphics Generation
Abstract Multimodal interfaces combining natural language and graphics take advantage of both the individual strength of each communication mode and the fact that several modes can be employed inExpand
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