Automatic classification of emotions via global and local prosodic features on a multilingual emotional database

@inproceedings{Origlia2010AutomaticCO,
  title={Automatic classification of emotions via global and local prosodic features on a multilingual emotional database},
  author={Antonio Origlia and Vincenzo Galat{\`a} and Bogdan Ludusan},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper we introduce the €motion database, a multilingual emotional database consisting of emotional sentences elicited in four European languages: Italian, French, English and German. Along with this, a new set of features, containing both global and local prosodic features, for automatic classification of emotions is presented and their appropriateness for this task tested. The results obtained using these features on a monolingual emotional database are comparable with the state of the… CONTINUE READING

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