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The INTERSPEECH 2014 computational paralinguistics challenge: cognitive & physical load

@inproceedings{Schuller2014TheI2,
  title={The INTERSPEECH 2014 computational paralinguistics challenge: cognitive \& physical load},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn Schuller and Stefan Steidl and Anton Batliner and Julien Epps and Florian Eyben and Fabien Ringeval and Erik Marchi and Yue Zhang},
  booktitle={Interspeech},
  year={2014}
}
The INTERSPEECH 2014 Computational Paralinguistics Challenge provides for the first time a unified test-bed for the automatic recognition of speakers’ cognitive and physical load in speech. In this paper, we describe these two Sub-Challenges, their conditions, baseline results and experimental procedures, as well as the COMPARE baseline features generated with the openSMILE toolkit and provided to the participants in the Challenge. 

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