Predicting Emotion Perception Across Domains: A Study of Singing and Speaking

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Emotion affects our understanding of the opinions and sentiments of others. Research has demonstrated that humans are able to recognize emotions in various domains, including speech and music, and that there are potential shared features that shape the emotion in both domains. In this paper, we investigate acoustic and visual features that are relevant to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Zhang2015PredictingEP, title={Predicting Emotion Perception Across Domains: A Study of Singing and Speaking}, author={Biqiao Zhang and Emily Mower Provost and Robert Swedberg and Georg Essl}, booktitle={AAAI}, year={2015} }