A Preliminary Study on Cross-Databases Emotion Recognition using the Glottal Features in Speech

@inproceedings{Sun2012APS,
  title={A Preliminary Study on Cross-Databases Emotion Recognition using the Glottal Features in Speech},
  author={Rui Sun and Elliot Moore},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2012}
}
While the majority of traditional research in emotional speech recognition has focused on the use of a single database for assessment, it is clear that the lack of large databases has presented a significant challenge in generalizing results for the purposes of building a robust emotion classification system. Recently, work has been reported on cross-training emotional databases to examine consistency and reliability of acoustic measures in performing emotional assessment. This paper presents… CONTINUE READING

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