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Title: A socio friendly approach to the analysis of emotive speech
Authors: Mythili, P
Agnes, Jacob
Keywords: Intonation
elicited emotions
perceptual listening test
pitch contour
valence
validation
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: This paper describes certain findings of intonation and intensity study of emotive speech with the minimal use of signal processing algorithms. This study was based on six basic emotions and the neutral, elicited from 1660 English utterances obtained from the speech recordings of six Indian women. The correctness of the emotional content was verified through perceptual listening tests. Marked similarity was noted among pitch contours of like-worded, positive valence emotions, though no such similarity was observed among the four negative valence emotional expressions. The intensity patterns were also studied. The results of the study were validated using arbitrary television recordings for four emotions. The findings are useful to technical researchers, social psychologists and to the common man interested in the dynamics of vocal expression of emotions
Description: Procedia Engineering 30 (2012) 577 – 583
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/4529
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