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Master Thesis

Modélisation auto-supervisée de la parole affective spontanée

Abstract : Self-supervised pre-trained models using unlabeled data to extract representations have been widely explored in the field of automatic speech processing. This paper explores a new approach of extracting linguistic representations from transcriptions using pre-trained self-supervised models for time-continuous emotion recognition. We examined an alignment method to fit linguistic representations with time. Experimental results show that linguistic self-supervised representations can predict emotions in arousal and valence dimensions and achieve excellent results as acoustic self-supervised representations.
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Ziyi Tong. Modélisation auto-supervisée de la parole affective spontanée. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2022. ⟨dumas-03516512⟩



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