A FORTRAN PROGRAM FOR TIME ANALYSIS OF VOCAL INTERACTION (TAVI)

Authors
  1. Lewis, P.
  2. Treurniet, W.C.
Corporate Authors
Communications Research Centre, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The method of time analysis of vocal interaction (TAVI) was developed to facilitate automated analysis of temporal patterns of interaction between groups for up to eight nodes. Further documentation on the methodology may be found in CRC Technical Note 684. The present paper describes the organization of the Fortran computer program that computes the relevant variables from a data base created from sampling each channel at a rate of 10 Hz for the presence of a speech signal. In general, vocal interaction among up to eight locations can be analyzed. A specific application is the study of interactions via satellite. In this instance, these data are analyzed from the point of view of each node after correcting to compensate for the satellite circuit delay.
Report Number
TN-692 —
Date of publication
15 Jun 1978
Number of Pages
62
DSTKIM No
78-02968
CANDIS No
83651
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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