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[The ability to interpret any kind of human communication correctly is considered an essential competency of any individual. Human behaviour is influenced by various internal as well as external factors such as genetics, culture, social norms, attitude etc. and is impacted by certain traits each...
[The sound of every individual’s voice is unique due to the difference in the size and shape of vocal cords. The vocal folds loosen and tighten resulting in a change in pitch, volume, timbre, or tone of the sound produced. Analyzing speech from a physiological perspective, this chapter explores...
[Language has been considered as a social behavioural phenomenon and an indicator of the structure of cognitive processes dealing with functions such as communicating, imagining, learning and perceiving. Communication is enriched through coverbal or nonverbal behaviours and this chapter...
[Broaching communication from an interdisciplinary perspective, the present chapter attends to the diverse ways in which multimodal principles can be applied to current speech systems to seek natural and seamless human computer interaction capabilities. Offering various avenues to explore and...
[Recent years have been marked by a growing need for systems that can grasp human emotions and in particular, recognize emotions. Emotions lie at the centre of any social communication and form the basis for an intelligent and meaningful interaction. The chapter further discusses the acoustic...
[Today, voice and natural language processing are at the forefront of any human machine interaction environment. The chapter emphasizes the tremendous progress that has taken place in machine learning, statistical data-mining and pattern recognition approaches that can help in making speech...
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