Khazaimatol S. Subari

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This research investigates the relationship between the electroencephalography (EEG) signal and basic human emotions. In the first experiment, EEG signals were collected from electrodes at locations Fp1, Fp2, F3 and F4 from 4 male and 4 female test subjects while exposed to audio-visual stimuli. The stimuli were selected to evoke 4 groups of emotions i.e.,(More)
The acoustic and articulatory properties of fricative speech sounds are being studied using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and acoustic recordings from a single subject. Area functions were derived from a complete set of axial and coronal MR slices using two different methods: the Mermelstein technique and the Blum transform. Area functions derived from(More)
When reviewing his clinical experience in treating suicidal patients, one of the authors observed that successful predictions of suicidality were often based on the patient’s voice independent of content. Using the Gaussian mixture model to represent the mel-cepstral features of voiced speech, speech of suicidal persons can be distinguish from that of(More)
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