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Sociometry Based Multiparty Audio Recordings Segmentation
Type of publication: Idiap-RR
Citation: vinciarelli:rr05-78
Number: Idiap-RR-78-2005
Year: 2005
Institution: IDIAP
Note: Published in Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 2006)
Abstract: This paper shows how Social Network Analysis, the sociological domain studying the interaction between people in specific social environments, can be used to assign roles to different speakers in multiparty recordings. The experiments presented in this work focus on radio news recordings involving around 11 speakers on average. Each of them is assigned automatically a role (e.g. anchorman or guest) without using any information related to their identity or the amount of time they talk. The results (obtained over 96 recordings for a total of around 19 hours) show that more than 85 percent of the recording time is correctly labeled in terms of role.
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Authors Vinciarelli, Alessandro
Crossref by vinciarelli:icme-1:2006
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