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Calls: Computational Linguistics/USA
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From: Mark Hasegawa-Johnson <jhasegawillinois.edu>
Subject: Machine Learning in Speech and Language Processing
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Full Title: Machine Learning in Speech and Language Processing
Short Title: MLSLP
Date: 14-Sep-2012 - 14-Sep-2012
Location: Portland, OR, USA
Contact Person: Joseph Keshet
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ttic.edu/sigml/symposium2012/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jun-2012
The goal of the symposium is to foster communication and collaboration between researchers in these synergistic areas, taking advantage of the nearby location of Interspeech 2012. MLSLP'12 is the second annual meeting of the Machine Learning Special Interest Group (SIGML) of the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA).
Shai Ben-David, Hal Daume III, Inderjit Dhillon, Mark Gales, Brian Roark, Dirk van Compernolle, others TBA
Call for Papers:
Authors are invited to submit a four-page paper on any topic in the area of Machine Learning in Speech and Language Processing including:
- Learned Representations and Learned Metrics for Speech and Language Processing
- Sparse Representations for Speech and Language Processing
- Constrained and Regularized Optimization Methods for Speech and Language Processing
- Novel Optimality Criteria for Speech and Language Processing Applications
- Active Learning, Crowd-Sourcing, and Artificial Intelligence
- Semi-Supervised Learning, Transfer Learning, and Indirect Supervision
- Generalization Bounds and Consistency Proofs for Speech and Language Processing
Papers should be submitted in four-page, two-column professional conference format. Submissions will be accepted at the conference website, http://www.ttic.edu/sigml/symposium2012/, beginning April 16, 2012.
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