Multimodal databases of everyday emotion: facing up to complexity. Douglas-Cowie, E.; Devillers, L; Martin, J.; Cowie, R.; Savvidou, S.; Abrilian, S.; and Cox, C. In Eurospeech 2005 - Interspeech 2005. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, pages 813-816. Lisbon, Portugal. September 4-8, 2005.
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In everyday life, speech is part of a multichannel system involved in conveying emotion. Understanding how it operates in that context requires suitable data, consisting of multimodal records of emotion drawn from everyday life. This paper reflects the experience of two teams active in collecting and labelling data of this type. It sets out the core reasons for pursuing a multimodal approach, reviews issues and problems for developing relevant databases, and indicates how we can move forward both in terms of data collection and approaches to labelling.
@incollection{douglas-cowie_multimodal_2005,
	Author = {Douglas-Cowie, Ellen and Devillers, L and Martin, Jean-Claude and Cowie, Roddy and Savvidou, Suzie and Abrilian, Sarkis and Cox, Cate},
	Booktitle = {Eurospeech 2005 - Interspeech 2005. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology},
	Date = {2005},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:56:02 +0000},
	Keywords = {corpus, emotions, language resources, multimodality, speaking styles},
	Pages = {813-816},
	Publisher = {Lisbon, Portugal. September 4-8, 2005},
	Title = {Multimodal databases of everyday emotion: facing up to complexity},
	Abstract = {In everyday life, speech is part of a multichannel system involved in conveying emotion. Understanding how it operates in that context requires suitable data, consisting of multimodal records of emotion drawn from everyday life. This paper reflects the experience of two teams active in collecting and labelling data of this type. It sets out the core reasons for pursuing a multimodal approach, reviews issues and problems for developing relevant databases, and indicates how we can move forward both in terms of data collection and approaches to labelling.}}
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