LINGUIST List 22.4932|
Thu Dec 08 2011
Calls: Computational Linguistics/South Africa
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1. Pascal Nocera ,
Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages
Message 1: Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages
From: Pascal Nocera <pascal.nocerauniv-avignon.fr>
Subject: Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages
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Full Title: Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages
Short Title: SLTU'12
Date: 07-May-2012 - 09-May-2012
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Contact Person: Pascal Nocera
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.mica.edu.vn/sltu2012
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 13-Jan-2012
The workshop will focus on spoken language processing for under-resourced languages and aims at gathering researchers working on:
ASR, synthesis and translation for under-resourced languages
Multilingual spoken language processing
Fast resource acquisition (speech, text, lexicons, parallel corpora)
Applications of spoken language technologies for under-resourced languages
Other related topics
SLTU'12 will continue the tradition of providing a forum for the presentation of research results related to under-resourced languages. For SLTU'12, the languages of Africa will receive particular attention, but papers on all under-resourced languages are invited.
Students are encouraged to participate in SLTU'12 - financial support for such participation is being sought, and will be announced on the workshop website.
Call for Papers:
Format of Papers:
The submission should be in the PDF format. You can use the templates available on our website and then save the document in PDF.
Go to the submission website:
You will need to create an account (if you do not already have one) in order to submit your paper.
Paper submission: 13 January 2012, with modifications allowed until 20 January 2012
Notification of paper acceptance: 7 February 2012
Camera ready papers due: 28 February 2012
Author registration deadline: 28 February 2012
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