The production and recognition of emotions in speech : features and algorithms

  title={The production and recognition of emotions in speech : features and algorithms},
  author={Oudeyer Pierre-Yves},
  • Oudeyer Pierre-Yves
  • Published 2003
This paper presents algorithms that allow a robot to express its emotions by modulating the intonation of its voice. They are very simple and efficiently provide life-like speech thanks to the use of concatenative speech synthesis. We describe a technique which allows to continuously control both the age of a synthetic voice and the quantity of emotions that are expressed. Also, we present the first large-scale data mining experiment about the automatic recognition of basic emotions in informal… CONTINUE READING
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