Antonio Origlia
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Different parts of the same elephant: a roadmap to disentangle and connect different perspectives of prosodic prominence
P Wagner, A Origlia, C Avesani, G Christodoulides, F Cutugno, ...
International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015), 2015
442015
Continuous emotion recognition with phonetic syllables
A Origlia, F Cutugno, V Galatà
Speech Communication 57, 155-169, 2014
322014
From speech to personality: Mapping voice quality and intonation into personality differences
G Mohammadi, A Origlia, M Filippone, A Vinciarelli
Proceedings of the 20th ACM international conference on Multimedia, 789-792, 2012
312012
On the use of the rhythmogram for automatic syllabic prominence detection
B Ludusan, A Origlia, F Cutugno
Twelfth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2011
292011
From nonverbal cues to perception: personality and social attractiveness
A Vinciarelli, H Salamin, A Polychroniou, G Mohammadi, A Origlia
Cognitive Behavioural Systems, 60-72, 2012
272012
Prosomarker: a prosodic analysis tool based on optimal pitch stylization and automatic syllabi fication.
A Origlia, I Alfano
LREC, 997-1002, 2012
242012
Smart parking: Using a crowd of taxis to sense on-street parking space availability
F Bock, S Di Martino, A Origlia
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 21 (2), 496-508, 2019
212019
A dynamic tonal perception model for optimal pitch stylization
A Origlia, G Abete, F Cutugno
Computer Speech & Language 27 (1), 190-208, 2013
182013
Automatic classification of emotions via global and local prosodic features on a multilingual emotional database
A Origlia, V Galatà, B Ludusan
Speech Prosody 2010-Fifth International Conference, 2010
182010
Attentional and emotional regulation in human-robot interaction
S Iengo, A Origlia, M Staffa, A Finzi
2012 IEEE RO-MAN: The 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human …, 2012
162012
Imitation/self-imitation in computer-assisted prosody training for Chinese learners of L2 Italian
A De Meo, M Vitale, M Pettorino, F Cutugno, A Origlia
Proceedings of the 4th pronunciation in second language learning and …, 2012
152012
A 2-step approach to improve data-driven parking availability predictions
F Bock, S Di Martino, A Origlia
Proceedings of the 10th ACM SIGSPATIAL workshop on computational …, 2017
122017
Pitch behavior detection for automatic prominence recognition
G Abete, F Cutugno, B Ludusan, A Origlia
Speech Prosody 2010-Fifth International Conference, 2010
122010
Investigating syllabic prominence with conditional random fields and latent-dynamic conditional random fields
F Cutugno, E Leone, B Ludusan, A Origlia
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2012
112012
Mise en place de la chaîne volcanique du moyen Atlas (Maroc): Traitement des données aéromagnétiques. The middle Atlas volcanic orogen setting (Morocco): aeromagnetic data …
D El Azzab, M El Wartiti
Pangea infos 29, 45-51, 1998
111998
A divide et impera algorithm for optimal pitch stylization
A Origlia, G Abete, F Cutugno, I Alfano, R Savy, B Ludusan
Twelfth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2011
102011
An audiovisual corpus of guided tours in cultural sites: Data collection protocols in the chrome project
A Origlia, R Savy, I Poggi, F Cutugno, I Alfano, F D'Errico, L Vincze, ...
2018 AVI-CH Workshop on Advanced Visual Interfaces for Cultural Heritage 2091, 2018
92018
A Dialogue-based Software Architecture for Gamified Discrimination Tests.
A Origlia, P Cosi, A Rodà, C Zmarich
GHITALY@ CHItaly, 2017
82017
CoWME: a general framework to evaluate cognitive workload during multimodal interaction
DM Calandra, A Caso, F Cutugno, A Origlia, S Rossi
Proceedings of the 15th ACM on International conference on multimodal …, 2013
82013
MWN-E: a graph database to merge morpho-syntactic and phonological data for italian
A Origlia, G Paci, F Cutugno
Proc. of Subsidia, page to appear, 2017
72017
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