Articles by Dominik Schiller

  • Voice or Noise

    Nov. 6, 2017, by Dominik Schiller

    An important part of many classification systems that are working with a continuous input signal is the fragmentation of this signal into segments that are meaningful to solve the respective task. For any voice related task like speech recognition or emotion analysis from an audio signal for example we would like to identify the segments where the user is actually speaking. In order to do so we need a system that automatically can differentiate a human voice from any other noise that might be present in the signal. Distinguishing between a voice and sounds that originate from other sources is ...

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multilingual intelligent embodied agent social competence adaptive dialogue expressive speech recognition and synthesis discourse generation vocal facial and gestural social and emotional cues