openXBOW - the Passau Open-Source Crossmodal Bag-of-Words Toolkit
Download it from here: https://github.com/openXBOW/openXBOW
openXBOW generates a bag-of-words representation from a sequence of numeric and/or textual features, e.g., acoustic LLDs, visual features and transcriptions of natural speech. The tool provides a multitude of options, e.g., different modes of vector quantisation, codebook generation, term frequency weighting and methods known from natural language processing. openXBOW has been implemented in Java.
Please call "java -jar openXBOW.jar" for information on the input format and a list of all available options.
This work has been supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Programme under grant agreement No. 645094 (IA SEWA) and the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme through the ERC Starting Grant No. 338164 (iHEARu).
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