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Confs: Speech analysis, Australian Ling Institute 98

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  1. solovyev, on-line conference: Speech analysis and synthesis
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Message 1: on-line conference: Speech analysis and synthesis

Date: Wed, 15 Oct 97 13:53:25 +0400
From: solovyev <solovyevopen.ksu.ras.ru>
Subject: on-line conference: Speech analysis and synthesis



 On-line conference
 "Speech analysis and synthesis"
 Russia, Kazan, Kazan State University, 16-26.10.1997

 Final program

Vladimir Arlazarov, Dimitri Bogdanov, Yuri Finkelstein
(Institute for Systems Analysis of RAN, Moscow, Russia)
SPEECH DEVKIT - OPEN LAB SYSTEM FOR SPEECH ANALYSIS
AND CREATION OF SPEECH DATA BASES

Michael G. Malkovsky
(Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)
NL-PROCESSOR IN A SPEECH RECOGNITION SYSTEM

Elena Pavlova, Yuriy Pavlov, Richard Sproat, Chilin Shih, Jan van Santen
(Bell Labs -- Lucent Technologies, USA)
BELL LABORATORIES RUSSIAN TEXT-TO-SPEECH SYSTEM

Davletchina G., Ibragimov T., Salimov F., Khusainov R.
(Kazan State University, Kazan, Russia)
COMPILATIVE SYNTHESIS OF TATAR SPEECH

Olga Krivnova, Nina Zinovieva, Leonid Zaharov, Grigoriy Strokin,
Aleksey Babkin
(Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)
TTS SYNTHESIS FOR RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

Alexander I. Egorov, Vladimir V. Dubrowsky
(Irkutsk Computing Centre of Siberian Branch of the RAN, Irkutsk,
Russia)
ON ANALYSIS OF HEARING IMAGE OF SPEECH SIGNAL
(The paper in the Russian language, English abstract)

Kupchinaus S.Ju., Gitlin V.B., Korobeinikova I.V.
(Udmurt State University, Izhevsk State Technical University, Russia)
Visible speech;analysis, synthesis and application in deaf education
(The paper in the Russian language, English abstract)

All the materials will be put on the WWW site of
the Web Journal of Formal, Computational & Cognitive Linguistics:
"http://www.ksu.ru/kazan/science/fccl"; in common readable formats.

TO SUBSCRIBE:
 Send the following command to <Majordomoksu.ru>
subscribe speech youremail.address
 For example: SUBSCRIBE SPEECH bubblefable.able

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Message 2: ALI advertising -- List of courses + presenters (fwd)

Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 15:20:03 -0700 (PDT)
From: alan harris <vcspc005email.csun.edu>
Subject: ALI advertising -- List of courses + presenters (fwd)


		AUSTRALIAN LINGUISTICS INSTITUTE (ALI'98)
			6-16 JULY, 1998.

		Host:	University of Queensland, 
			Brisbane Australia


At present 38 courses and 6 workshops are scheduled for the Fourth 
Australian Linguistics Institute, to take place at the University of
Queensland, in Brisbane Australia, 6-16 July 1998. For further
information concerning details of the courses, presenters, fees, other
conferences in Brisbane in 1998 and registration forms for ALI'98, ALS'98,
ALAA'98, Australex'98 and LFG'98, please go to our web site, at -- 
		http://www.cltr.uq.edu.au:8000/ali98

A synopsis of courses on offer at ALI'98 are given below --

			***********************


				COURSES
(** a number of courses are listed in more than 1 subject area)

1	LANGUAGES:

			ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES

-	Gavin BREEN, IAD Alice Springs, Australia.
		Grammar of Kinship in Australia
-	Joan BRESNAN & Rachel NORDLINGER, Stanford U., USA.
		Morphology-syntax interactions in Australian Languages.
-	Robert HOOGENRAAD (coord), NTED Alice Springs Australia 
		Australian Aboriginal Languages Program
-	Bruce RIGSBY, U Queensland, Australia
		Languages of Queensland & the Torres Strait

			ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS	

-	William FOLEY, U. Sydney, Australia.
		Topics in Anthropological Linguistics

				ASIAN LANGUAGES

-	Anthony BACKHOUSE, Aust National U., Australia.
		Topics in Japanese Linguistics
-	Tony DILLER, Aust National U, Australia.
	& Wilaiwan KHANITTANAN, Thammasat U., Bangkok.
		Tai & Lao Languages
-	Randy LAPOLLA, City U. Hong Kong.
		Morphosyntactic & grammaticalization in Sino-Tibetan
-	Kit-Ken LOKE, Griffith U., Australia
		Chinese Classifiers

			AUSTRONESIAN LANGUAGES: 
	
-	Terry CROWLEY, Waikato U., NZ.
		Serialising and Non-Serialising Verbs in Oceania
-	Ray HARLOW, Waikato U., NZ.
		Eastern Polynesian Grammar (Maori)

				ENGLISH GRAMMAR

-	Cynthia ALLEN, Australian National U., Australia.
		Historical Syntax in an English Context
-	Jenny CHESHIRE, U London, UK. 
		Variation & Change in present day English Grammar
-	Rodney HUDDLESTON, U. Queensland, Australia.
		Descriptive Grammar of English: the Verb

				ROMANCE LANGUAGES

-	Luigi RIZZI & Adriene BELETTI, U. Siena, Italy.
		Romance Syntax and Linguistic Theory

				LANGUAGE IN CONTACT

-	Claire LEFEBVRE, U. Montreal, Canada.
	& Jeff SIEGEL, U. New England, Australia.
		Pidgins, Creoles & other Language Contact Varieties
-	Carol MYER-SCOTTON, U. Southern Carolina, USA. 
		Language Contact Phenomena with special reference to
		Code-Switching.
-	Teresa TURELL, U. Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
		Interplay of Internal & External Factors in code-switching: 
		minority groups in Spain


2	PHONETICS/ PHONOLOGY

-	Mary BECKMAN, Ohio State U., USA.
		Phonology and Phonetics of Prosodic Structure
-	Helen FRASER, U. New England, Australia.
		Practical Speechwave & Spectrogram reading for non-
		phoneticians


3	LANGUAGE IN EDUCATION

-	Alejandro BRICE, Mankato State U., USA.
	& Judy MONTGOMERY, Chapman U., USA.
		Assessment of bilingual/bicultural school age students 
		for possible language disorders
-	Ana Uhl CHAMOT, George Washington U., USA.
		Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach
-	Wayne O'NEIL, MIT, USA
	& Maya HONDA, Wheelock College, USA.
		Grammar as Science: from Curiosity to Science through 
		Linguistic Inquiry
-	Diane LARSEN-FREEMAN, School for Intern'l Training, Vermont, USA.
		Focusing on Form in Communicative Language Teaching 


4	SOCIOLINGUISTICS 

-	Claire LEFEBVRE, U. Montreal, Canada.
	& Jeff SIEGEL, U. New England, Australia.
		Pidgins, Creoles & other Language Contact Varieties
-	Carol MYER-SCOTTON, U. Southern Carolina, USA.
		Language Contact Phenomena with special reference 
		to Code-Switching .

			LANGUAGE & GENDER

-	Jennifer HOLMES, Victoria U., NZ.
	Anne PAUWELS, U. New England, Australia.
	Jennifer COATES, Roehampton Institute, UK.
		Language & Gender

			LANGUAGE VARIATION

-	Jenny CHESHIRE, U. of London, UK.
		Variation & Change in present day English Grammar
-	Teresa TURELL, U. Pompeu Fabra, Spain.	
		Interplay of Internal & External Factors in code-switching: 
		minority groups in Spain


5	SEMANTICS

-	Beth LEVIN, North Western U., USA.
		Event conceptualization and Verb meanings
-	Eve SWEETSER, U. California at Berkeley, USA.
		Metaphor, Mental Spaces and Discourse


6	SYNTAX & MORPHOLOGY

-	Laurie BAUER, Victoria U., NZ.
		Morphological Productivity
-	Joan BRESNAN & Rachel NORDLINGER, Stanford U., USA.
		Morphology-Syntax Interactions in Australian Lgs
-	Steven CRAIN, U. of Maryland, USA.
		Investigations in Universal Grammar: Research Methods 
		in Acquisition of Syntax & Semantics
-	Randy LAPOLLA, City U. Hong Kong.
		Morphosyntactic & grammaticalization in Sino-Tibetan
-	Tara & KP MOHANAN, National U. Singapore.
		Advanced Morphology
-	Wayne O'NEIL, MIT, USA.
	& Maya HONDA, Wheelock College, USA.
		Grammar as Science: from Curiosity to Science through 
		Linguistic Inquiry
-	Luigi RIZZI, U. Siena, Italy.
	& Adriena BELETTI, U. Siena, Italy.
		Romance Syntax and Linguistic Theory
-	Arie VERHAGEN, U. Utrecht, Netherlands.
		Approaches to Grammar in Cognitive Linguistics


7	NLP/ COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

-	Robert DALE, Macquarie U., Australia.
		Generating Natural Language
-	Dominique ESTIVAL, U. Melbourne, Australia.
		Grammatical Formalisms and Grammar Engineering
-	Chris MANNING, U. Sydney, Australia.
		Computational Corpus Linguistics


8	COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

-	Wallace CHAFE, U. California at Santa Barbara, USA.
		Speaking and Thinking
-	Kit-Ken LOKE, Griffith U., Australia.
		Chinese Classifiers
-	SHI-XU, National U. of Singapore.
		Discourse of the Mind
-	Eve SWEETSER, U. California at Berkeley, USA.
		Metaphor, Mental Spaces and Discourse
-	Arie VERHAGEN, U. Utrecht, Netherlands.
		Approaches to Grammar in Cognitive Linguistics


9	LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

-	Steven CRAIN, U. Maryland, USA.
		Investigations in Universal Grammar: Research Methods 
		in Acquisition of Syntax & Semantics
-	Michael HARRINGTON, U. Queensland, Australia.
		Second Language Acquisition


10	COMPARATIVE HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS

-	Cynthia ALLEN, Aust National U., Australia.
		Historical Syntax in an English Context
-	Harold KOCH, Aust National U., Australia.
		Language Change & Linguistic Reconstruction


11	DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
-	Wallace Chafe, U. California at Santa Barbara, USA.
		Speaking and Thinking
-	Shi-Xu, National U. of Singapore.
		Discourse of the Mind

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