Scripted dialogs versus improvisation: lessons learned about emotional elicitation techniques from the IEMOCAP database

@inproceedings{Busso2008ScriptedDV,
  title={Scripted dialogs versus improvisation: lessons learned about emotional elicitation techniques from the IEMOCAP database},
  author={Carlos Busso and Shrikanth Narayanan},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2008}
}
•Collecting natural (non-acted) emotional data present serious limitations –Ethical issues, restricted domain, or lack of control (e.g., type of sensors) •The use of acting appears to be a viable research methodology to study emotions •Recent efforts have focused on studying better elicitation techniques [1, 2] •Two appealing elicitation approaches [2]: –The use of plays (Scripted sessions) – Improvisation based on hypothetical scenarios (Spontaneous sessions) •These techniques are rooted in… CONTINUE READING
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