LINGUIST List 14.2535

Wed Sep 24 2003

Calls: Phonology/Nara, Japan

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Message 1: Speech Prosody 2004

Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 11:31:51 +0000
From: hiroki <hirokiklab.jp>
Subject: Speech Prosody 2004

Speech Prosody 2004 
Short Title: SP2004

Date: 23-Mar-2004 - 26-Mar-2004
Location: Nara, Japan
Contact: Keikichi Hirose
Contact Email: pro-officegavo.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp 
Meeting URL: http://www.gavo.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/sp2004/


Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology

Call Deadline: 26-Oct-2003


Meeting Description:

Speech Prosody is the international conference that brings together
researchers working in all areas related to speech. Following the
first conference in Aix-en-Provence, the second conference of Speech
Prosody 2004 (SP2004) will be held in Nara, Japan, at the end of March
2004. The aim of the conference is to highlight issues from the basic
sciences and from applications in technology, education, and medicine,
so that all researchers will receive an up-to-date overview of the
entire field. Speech prosody covers a huge multidisciplinary area
involving academics, scientists, and engineers with various research
backgrounds, united by an interest in human communication. Papers in
any field dealing with speech prosody are welcome. The topics of the
conference will include:
 
 Prosody and the Brain 
 Physics of Voice 
 Analysis, Formulation and Modeling of Prosody 
 Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics and Prosody 
 Cross-linguistic Studies of Prosody 
 Variations in Prosody 
 Prosody of Dialogues and Spontaneous Speech 
 Prosody of Expressive Speech 
 Prosody and Speech Perception 
 Prosody in Speech Synthesis 
 Prosody in Speech Recognition and Understanding 
 Prosody in Language Learning 
 Pathology of Prosody and Aids for the Impaired 
 Annotation and Speech Corpus Creation 
 Others 
 
Papers in any field dealing with speech prosody are welcome. All
submissions will go through careful evaluation and review by renowned
specialists of each area before the final acceptance or rejection
decision is made.

Please visit the submission instruction page for details: 

http://www.gavo.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/sp2004/guidelines.htm 
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