Bimodal Emotion Recognition by Man and MachineThomas

@inproceedings{Huang1998BimodalER,
  title={Bimodal Emotion Recognition by Man and MachineThomas},
  author={Susan Huang and Lawrence S. Chen and Hai and TaoBeckman and Ryohei and NakatsuATR},
  year={1998}
}
In this paper, we report preliminary results of recognizing emotions using both speech and video by machine. We applied automatic feature analysis and extraction algorithms to the same data used by De Silva et al. 5] in their human subjective studies. We compare machine recognition results to human performances in three tests:(1) video only, (2) audio only, (3) combined audio and video. In machine-assisted analyses, we found these two modalities to be complementary. Emotion categories that have… CONTINUE READING
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