Sentilyser: Embedding Voice Markers in Homeopathy Treatments

Sentilyser: Embedding Voice Markers in Homeopathy Treatments

Arunima Mookherjee (Symbiosis International University (Deemed), India), Preeti Mulay (Symbiosis International University (Deemed), India), Rahul Joshi (Symbiosis International University (Deemed), India), Pranav Sunil Prajapati (Symbiosis International University (Deemed), India), Sonali Johari (Symbiosis International University (Deemed), India) and Swati Sunil Prajapati (Independent Researcher, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7784-3.ch008

Abstract

Cognitive and somatic health is predominantly congruous. Happiness creates a propitious impact on a person's wellbeing. Likewise, stress can be detrimental to a person's overall health. Nevertheless, it is perplexing to truly understand an emotional state of a patient for an unerring diagnosis. Considering the old adage, necessity is the mother of invention, there is a need for a sentimental and emotional analysis tool for the accurate identification of the mental state of the patient. Thus, Sentilyser was created. It is a clinical decision support system. Using the recorded voice of a person, the mood is analyzed using support vector regression. Arousal and valence of the audio file is calculated, and thus, the corresponding mood is predicted. The objective of this chapter is to propose the use of Sentilyser as a part of a patient's diagnosis, which will not only help the physician reach a better conclusion but will also help them in cases where the patients themselves are unaware about their own psychological state.
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Background

Homeopathy treats every disease from psychosomatic point of view and history about psychological and emotional disturbed states is evoked along with appropriate Homeopathic remedy to attend cure.

The emotional state of mind can be influenced through Homeopathic therapies. Homeopathic therapies can quell psychological disturbance such as anxiety, irritability, obsessive-compulsive traits, jealousy, neurosis, fears, depression, etc.

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