Roddy Cowie
Roddy Cowie
Psychology, Queen's University
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TitleCited byYear
Emotion recognition in human-computer interaction
R Cowie, E Douglas-Cowie, N Tsapatsoulis, G Votsis, S Kollias, ...
IEEE Signal processing magazine 18 (1), 32-80, 2001
23232001
Describing the emotional states that are expressed in speech
R Cowie, RR Cornelius
Speech Communication 40 (1), 5-32, 2003
8312003
Describing the emotional states expressed in speech
R Cowie
ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Speech and Emotion, 2000
8312000
'FEELTRACE': An instrument for recording perceived emotion in real time
R Cowie, E Douglas-Cowie, S Savvidou*, E McMahon, M Sawey, ...
ISCA tutorial and research workshop (ITRW) on speech and emotion, 2000
6192000
Emotional speech: Towards a new generation of databases
E Douglas-Cowie, N Campbell, R Cowie, P Roach
Speech communication 40 (1-2), 33-60, 2003
5702003
The semaine database: annotated multimodal records of emotionally colored conversations between a person and a limited agent
G McKeown, M Valstar, R Cowie, M Pantic, M Schroder
Affective Computing, IEEE Transactions on 3 (1), 5-17, 2012
4582012
The humaine database: Addressing the collection and annotation of naturalistic and induced emotional data
E Douglas-Cowie, R Cowie, I Sneddon, C Cox, O Lowry, M Mcrorie, ...
Affective computing and intelligent interaction, 488-500, 2007
3082007
Abandoning emotion classes-towards continuous emotion recognition with modelling of long-range dependencies
M W÷llmer, F Eyben, S Reiter, B Schuller, C Cox, E Douglas-Cowie, ...
Proc. Interspeech, 597-600, 2008
2922008
Avec 2011–the first international audio/visual emotion challenge
B Schuller, M Valstar, F Eyben, G McKeown, R Cowie, M Pantic
Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, 415-424, 2011
2902011
The SEMAINE corpus of emotionally coloured character interactions
G McKeown, MF Valstar, R Cowie, M Pantic
Multimedia and Expo (ICME), 2010 IEEE International Conference on, 1079-1084, 2010
2892010
AVEC 2013: the continuous audio/visual emotion and depression recognition challenge
M Valstar, B Schuller, K Smith, F Eyben, B Jiang, S Bilakhia, S Schnieder, ...
Proceedings of the 3rd ACM international workshop on Audio/visual emotioná…, 2013
2622013
Avec 2016: Depression, mood, and emotion recognition workshop and challenge
M Valstar, J Gratch, B Schuller, F Ringeval, D Lalanne, M Torres Torres, ...
Proceedings of the 6th international workshop on audio/visual emotioná…, 2016
2592016
AVEC 2012: the continuous audio/visual emotion challenge-an introduction
B Schuller, M Valstar, R Cowie, M Pantic
Proceedings of the 14th ACM international conference on Multimodalá…, 2012
252*2012
AVEC 2012–The Continuous Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge
B Schuller, M Valstar, R Cowie, M Pantic
Proceedings 2nd International Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge and Workshop, AVEC, 2012
2522012
Emotion representation, analysis and synthesis in continuous space: A survey
H Gunes, B Schuller, M Pantic, R Cowie
Face and Gesture 2011, 827-834, 2011
2322011
Approaching automatic recognition of emotion from voice: A rough benchmark
S McGilloway, R Cowie, E Douglas-Cowie, S Gielen, M Westerdijk, ...
ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Speech and Emotion, 2000
2242000
Avec 2014: 3d dimensional affect and depression recognition challenge
M Valstar, B Schuller, K Smith, T Almaev, F Eyben, J Krajewski, R Cowie, ...
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Audio/Visual Emotioná…, 2014
2132014
A new emotion database: considerations, sources and scope
E Douglas-Cowie, R Cowie, M Schr÷der
ISCA tutorial and research workshop (ITRW) on speech and emotion, 2000
2072000
Acoustic correlates of emotion dimensions in view of speech synthesis
M Schr÷der, R Cowie, E Douglas-Cowie, M Westerdijk, S Gielen
Proc. Eurospeech 1, 87-90, 2001
1822001
Building autonomous sensitive artificial listeners
M Schroder, E Bevacqua, R Cowie, F Eyben, H Gunes, D Heylen, ...
IEEE transactions on affective computing 3 (2), 165-183, 2011
1722011
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