LINGUIST List 6.1568

Tue Nov 7 1995

Calls: Spoken Language Processing

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  1. Jim Polikoff, CFP: Int'l Conf on Spoken Language Processing

Message 1: CFP: Int'l Conf on Spoken Language Processing

Date: Mon, 06 Nov 1995 16:49:09 CFP: Int'l Conf on Spoken Language Processing
From: Jim Polikoff <>
Subject: CFP: Int'l Conf on Spoken Language Processing

 Fourth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing

 October 3-6, 1996
 Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel
 Philadelphia, PA, USA

 ICSLP unites researchers, developers, and clinicians for an exchange
 on a wide variety of topics related to spoken language processing by
 humans and machines. Conference presentations range from basic
 acoustic phonetic research to clinically oriented speech training
 devices to speech-based natural language interfaces for man-machine
 interaction. ICSLP 96 will feature technical sessions in both oral
 and poster format, plenary talks, commercial exhibits, and daily
 special sessions. In addition, satellite workshops will be held in
 conjunction with the conference in the areas of interactive voice
 technology, spoken dialogue, speech databases and speech I/O, and
 the integration of gestures and speech. A new emphasis for ICSLP 96
 will be on the clinical applications of speech technology, including
 the use of speech technology based applications for persons with

 Dates to Note:
 January 15, 1996	- Paper abstracts due for review
 March 15, 1996		- Acceptance notification
 May 1, 1996		- Deadline for papers (camera-ready, 4 pages)

______________For more information about ICSLP 96, contact_____________________

	 ICSLP 96
	 Applied Science & Engineering Laboratories
	 A.I. duPont Institute
	 P.O. Box 269
	 Wilmington, DE 19899
	 Phone: +1 302 651 6830
	 TDD: +1 302 651 6834
	 Fax: +1 302 651 6895

 A two-page PostScript format copy of the most recent Conference
 Announcement and Call for Papers can also be obtained by anonyomus
 ftp. Connect to host, cd to directory pub/ICSLP96,
 and get in binary mode. The file must be uncompressed with a
 unix compatable uncompress program before being printed. A plain
 text version of the announcement is located in the same directory as
 file call.txt
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