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An investigation of annotation delay compensation and output-associative fusion for multimodal continuous emotion prediction
Z Huang, T Dang, N Cummins, B Stasak, P Le, V Sethu, J Epps
Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Audio/Visual Emotion …, 2015
792015
Investigating word affect features and fusion of probabilistic predictions incorporating uncertainty in AVEC 2017
T Dang, B Stasak, Z Huang, S Jayawardena, M Atcheson, M Hayat, P Le, ...
Proceedings of the 7th Annual Workshop on Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge, 27-35, 2017
432017
Staircase regression in OA RVM, data selection and gender dependency in AVEC 2016
Z Huang, B Stasak, T Dang, K Wataraka Gamage, P Le, V Sethu, J Epps
Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Audio/Visual Emotion …, 2016
342016
An Investigation of Emotion Prediction Uncertainty Using Gaussian Mixture Regression.
T Dang, V Sethu, J Epps, E Ambikairajah
INTERSPEECH, 1248-1252, 2017
212017
Uncertainty-aware COVID-19 detection from imbalanced sound data
T Xia, J Han, L Qendro, T Dang, C Mascolo
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.02005, 2021
142021
Speech-based continuous emotion prediction by learning perception responses related to salient events: A study based on vocal affect bursts and cross-cultural affect in AVEC 2018
K Wataraka Gamage, T Dang, V Sethu, J Epps, E Ambikairajah
Proceedings of the 2018 on Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge and Workshop, 47-55, 2018
122018
COVID-19 Sounds: A Large-Scale Audio Dataset for Digital Respiratory Screening
T Xia, D Spathis, J Ch, A Grammenos, J Han, A Hasthanasombat, ...
Thirty-fifth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems Datasets …, 2021
102021
Factor Analysis Based Speaker Normalisation for Continuous Emotion Prediction.
T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
INTERSPEECH, 913-917, 2016
102016
Sounds of COVID-19: exploring realistic performance of audio-based digital testing
J Han, T Xia, D Spathis, E Bondareva, C Brown, J Chauhan, T Dang, ...
NPJ digital medicine 5 (1), 1-9, 2022
92022
Dynamic multi-rater Gaussian Mixture Regression incorporating temporal dependencies of emotion uncertainty using kalman filters
T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
ICASSP 2018, 2018
92018
Speech Based Emotion Prediction: Can a Linear Model Work?
A Ouyang, T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
Interspeech 2019, 2019
52019
A Novel Markovian Framework for Integrating Absolute and Relative Ordinal Emotion Information
J Wu, T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2022
22022
Compensation Techniques for Speaker Variability in Continuous Emotion Prediction
T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing 12 (2), 439-452, 2018
22018
COVID-19 Disease Progression Prediction via Audio Signals: A Longitudinal Study
T Dang, J Han, T Xia, D Spathis, E Bondareva, C Brown, J Chauhan, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2201.01232, 2022
12022
Multimodal Affect Models: An Investigation of Relative Salience of Audio and Visual Cues for Emotion Prediction
J Wu, T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
Frontiers Media SA, 2021
12021
Motion-resilient Heart Rate Monitoring with In-ear Microphones
KJ Butkow, T Dang, A Ferlini, D Ma, C Mascolo
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.09393, 2021
12021
A Novel Bag-of-Optimised-Clusters Front-End for Speech based Continuous Emotion Prediction
D Bose, T Dang, V Sethu, EAS Fernando
ACII, 2019
12019
Exploring Longitudinal Cough, Breath, and Voice Data for COVID-19 Progression Prediction via Sequential Deep Learning: Model Development and Validation
T Dang, J Han, T Xia, D Spathis, E Bondareva, C Siegele-Brown, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 24 (6), e37004, 2022
2022
A Novel Sequential Monte Carlo Framework for Predicting Ambiguous Emotion States
J Wu, T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah
ICASSP 2022-2022 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and …, 2022
2022
Joint Spatio-Temporal Discretisation of Nonlinear Active Cochlear Models
T Dang, V Sethu, E Ambikairajah, J Epps, H Li
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.05993, 2021
2021
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