Emotion Recognition from Speech using GMM and VQ

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Miss. Surabhi Agrawal, Mrs. Shabda Dongaonkar


In this paper, there is a tendency to study the effectiveness of anchor models applied to the multiclass drawback of Emotion recognition from speech. Within the anchor models system, Associate in nursing emotion category is characterized by its line of similarity relative to different emotion categories. Generative models like Gaussian Mixture Models (GMMs) are typically used as front-end systems to get feature vectors wont to train complicated back-end systems like support vector machines (SVMs) or a multilayer perceptron (MLP) to enhance the classification performance. There is a tendency to show that within the context of extremely unbalanced knowledge categories, these back-end systems will improve the performance achieved by GMMs as long as Associate in nursing acceptable sampling or importance coefficient technique is applied. The experiments conducted on audio sample of speech; show that anchor models improve considerably the performance of GMMs by half dozen.2 % relative. There is a tendency to be employing a hybrid approach for recognizing emotion from speech that may be a combination of Vector quantization (VQ) and mathematician Mixture Models (GMM). A quick review of labor applied within the space of recognition victimization VQ-GMM hybrid approach is mentioned here.
DOI: 10.17762/ijritcc2321-8169.150824

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, M. S. A. M. S. D. “Emotion Recognition from Speech Using GMM and VQ”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 3, no. 8, Aug. 2015, pp. 5173-8, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v3i8.4812.