LINGUIST List 22.4133|
Sat Oct 22 2011
Calls: Computational Linguistics, Phonetics, Phonology/USA
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Message 1: InterSpeech 2012
From: Esther Klabbers <publicityinterspeech2012.org>
Subject: InterSpeech 2012
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Full Title: InterSpeech 2012
Date: 09-Sep-2012 - 13-Sep-2012
Location: Portland, OR, USA
Contact Person: Richard Sproat
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://interspeech2012.org
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Phonetics; Phonology
Call Deadline: 01-Apr-2012
It is our great pleasure to announce that InterSpeech 2012 will be hosted by the Center for Spoken Language Understanding, with support from the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA). InterSpeech 2012 will be the 13th conference in the annual series of Interspeech events. It will be held in Portland, Oregon, USA, 9-13 September 2012. InterSpeech 2012 will encompass the same broad range of topics as has been the proud tradition of this conference ever since its inauguration in 1990.
In an effort to further enrich this tradition, it will have an area of special emphasis ('Spoken Language Processing and Biomedicine'), inviting contributions in assistive communication, language markers for neurological disorders, and computational cross-fertilization between spoken language processing and computational biology. The venue of InterSpeech 2012 will be the Portland Hilton.
InterSpeech is the world's largest and most comprehensive conference on issues surrounding the science and technology of spoken language processing (SLP), both in humans and in machines. The conference will emphasize an interdisciplinary approach covering all aspects of speech science and technology spanning basic theories to applications.
Call for Papers:
Papers will be reviewed by members of the Technical Program Committee. Accepted papers will be considered for an oral presentation, poster presentation, demonstration or presentation in a special session.
Authors are encouraged to submit original papers in any area related to SLP science and technology, including but not limited to:
Human Speech Production and Perception
Linguistics, Phonology, Phonetics, Prosody, Para-/Non-linguistic Information
Analysis of Speech and Audio Signals
Speech Coding and Enhancement
Speech Synthesis and Spoken Language Generation
Speech Recognition - Signal Processing, Acoustic Modeling, Robustness, Adaptation
Speech Recognition - Architecture, Search, Linguistic Components
Speaker and Language Identification
Dialog Systems and Other Applications, Evaluation, Resources
Authors wishing to contribute to a Special Session or a Show & Tell Demonstration are invited to separately consult the Call for Special Sessions and Call for Show & Tell for relevant instructions.
Papers for the InterSpeech 2012 proceedings may be up to four pages in length. All papers must be submitted in English and conform to the official format provided in the author kit. The author kit will be available online in November. Authors may submit additional files, such as multimedia files, to be included on the Proceedings CD-ROM.
Authors shall also declare that their contributions are original and not being submitted for publication elsewhere (e.g. another conference, workshop, or journal).
Papers must be submitted via the online submission system which will open February 1, 2012. The submission deadline is Sunday, April 1, 2012. This deadline will not be extended.
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