Affective analysis in machine learning using AMIGOS with Gaussian expectation-maximization model

Balamurugan Kaliappan, Bakkialakshmi Vaithialingam Sudalaiyadumperumal, Sudalaimuthu Thalavaipillai


Investigating human subjects is the goal of predicting human emotions in the stock market. A significant number of psychological effects require (feelings) to be produced, directly releasing human emotions. The development of effect theory leads one to believe that one must be aware of one's sentiments and emotions to forecast one's behavior. The proposed line of inquiry focuses on developing a reliable model incorporating neurophysiological data into actual feelings. Any change in emotional affect will directly elicit a response in the body's physiological systems. This approach is named after the notion of Gaussian mixture models (GMM). The statistical reaction following data processing, quantitative findings on emotion labels, and coincidental responses with training samples all directly impact the outcomes that are accomplished. In terms of statistical parameters such as population mean and standard deviation, the suggested method is evaluated compared to a technique considered to be state-of-the-art. The proposed system determines an individual's emotional state after a minimum of 6 iterative learning using the Gaussian expectation-maximization (GEM) statistical model, in which the iterations tend to continue to zero error. Perhaps each of these improves predictions while simultaneously increasing the amount of value extracted.


Affective computing; AMIGOS; Emotion detection; Emotional psychology; Machine learning

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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