Distributed Processing of Biosignal-Database for Emotion Recognition with Mahout

09/09/2016
by   Varvara Kollia, et al.
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This paper investigates the use of distributed processing on the problem of emotion recognition from physiological sensors using a popular machine learning library on distributed mode. Specifically, we run a random forests classifier on the biosignal-data, which have been pre-processed to form exclusive groups in an unsupervised fashion, on a Cloudera cluster using Mahout. The use of distributed processing significantly reduces the time required for the offline training of the classifier, enabling processing of large physiological datasets through many iterations.

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