A Large Scale Experiment for Mood-Based Classification of TV Programmes

@article{Eggink2012ALS,
  title={A Large Scale Experiment for Mood-Based Classification of TV Programmes},
  author={Jana Eggink and Denise Bland},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo},
  year={2012},
  pages={140-145}
}
We present results from a large study with 200 participants who watched short excerpts from TV programmes and assigned mood labels. The agreement between labellers was evaluated, showing that an overall consensus exists. Multiple mood terms could be reduced to two principal dimensions, the first relating to the seriousness or light-heartedness of programmes, the second describing the perceived pace. Automatic classification of both mood dimensions was possible to a high degree of accuracy… CONTINUE READING
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