Fast sequential floating forward selection applied to emotional speech features estimated on DES and SUSAS data collections

@article{Ververidis2006FastSF,
  title={Fast sequential floating forward selection applied to emotional speech features estimated on DES and SUSAS data collections},
  author={Dimitrios Ververidis and Constantine Kotropoulos},
  journal={2006 14th European Signal Processing Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-5}
}
In this paper, we classify speech into several emotional states based on the statistical properties of prosody features estimated on utterances extracted from Danish Emotional Speech (DES) and a subset of Speech Under Simulated and Actual Stress (SUSAS) data collections. The proposed novelties are in: 1) speeding up the sequential floating feature selection up to 60%, 2) applying fusion of decisions taken on short speech segments in order to derive a unique decision for longer utterances, and 3… CONTINUE READING
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