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Performance Analysis of ML Algorithms on Speech Emotion Recognition

  • Pradeep TiwariEmail author
  • Anand D. Darji
Conference paper
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1086)

Abstract

Even though human–computer interface (HCI) applications such as computer-aided tutoring, learning and medical assistance have brought much changes in human lifestyle. This work has mainly focused on comparison of performance of five commonly used classifiers on emotion recognition. Since features are usually high-dimensional and structurally complex, the efficient classification has become more challenging particularly on low-cost processor and mobile (Android) environment. In this work, five machine-learning algorithms are implemented for speaker-independent emotion recognition and their performance is compared: (a) Logistic regression (LR), (b) K-nearest neighbour (KNN), (c) Naive Bayesian classifier (B), (d) Support vector machine (SVM), and (e) Multilayer perceptron (MLP) of neural network. The feature extraction techniques used to obtain features from speech are (a) Mel-scaled power spectrum; (b) Mel frequency cepstral coefficients. Naive Bayes classifier shows best results in speech emotion classification among other classifiers. Emotion data of happy and sad is taken from Surrey Audio-Visual Expressed Emotion (SAVEE) database.

Keywords

Emotion recognition MFCC Logistic regression K-nearest neighbour Support vector machine 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.NMIMS UniversityMumbaiIndia
  2. 2.SVNITSuratIndia

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