Statistical analysis of acoustic characteristics of Tibetan Lhasa dialect speech emotion
Key Lab of China’s National Linguistic Information Technology Northwest University for Nationalities, Lanzhou, Gansu, China
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The paper makes a quantitative analysis and comparison on the continuous speech emotion of Lhasa Tibetan in the four basic emotional patterns (happy, surprise, sad, neutral) pitch, energy and time length by experimental phonetics and the linear statistical research methods, found that there is a positive correlation between the Lhasa Tibetan emotional speech and pitch, energy and duration, etc. And the pitch, energy and duration of negative emotion acoustic parameters are bigger than positive emotion, on this basis, drawing the Lhasa Tibetan speech emotion acoustic feature patterns. Compared with the Chinese language and the Tibetan, even though both have the tone prosodic features, they also have significant differences in the acoustic characteristics of the speech emotion.
Key words: Tibetan Lhasa Dialect / Speech Emotion / Acoustic Characteristics
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