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Transfer Learning for Low-Resource Sentiment Analysis

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Apr 10, 2023
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Speech Emotion Recognition System by Quaternion Nonlinear Echo State Network

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Nov 14, 2021
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Speech Emotion Recognition Using Deep Sparse Auto-Encoder Extreme Learning Machine with a New Weighting Scheme and Spectro-Temporal Features Along with Classical Feature Selection and A New Quantum-Inspired Dimension Reduction Method

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Nov 13, 2021
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