Posters & Flyers

"Sightseeing"

[Sawara, Inba, Narita, Kyonan, Youroukeikoku]
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"Nature"

[Kyonan]
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"Work"

[Makuhari]
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"Life"

[Inba]
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Call for Papers

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.

It is our great pleasure to host INTERSPEECH 2010 in Japan, the birthplace of ICSLP, which has held two ICSLPs, in Kobe and Yokohama, in the past.

The theme of INTERSPEECH 2010 is "Spoken Language Processing for All Ages, Health Conditions, Native Languages and Environments". INTERSPEECH 2010 emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach covering all aspects of speech science and technology spanning the basic theories to applications. Besides regular oral and poster sessions, plenary talks by internationally renowned experts, tutorials, exhibits, and special sessions are planned.

We invite you to submit original papers in any related area, including but not limited to:

HUMAN SPEECH PRODUCTION, PERCEPTION AND COMMUNICATION

  • Human speech production
  • Human speech and sound perception
  • Linguistics, phonology and phonetics
  • Intersection of spoken and written languages
  • Discourse and dialogue
  • Prosody (e.g., production, perception, prosodic structure, modeling)
  • Paralinguistic and nonlinguistic cues (e.g., emotion and expression)
  • Physiology and pathology of spoken language
  • Spoken language acquisition, development and learning
  • Speech and other modalities (e.g., facial expression, gesture)

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY

  • Speech analysis and representation
  • Speech segmentation
  • Audio segmentation and classification
  • Speaker turn detection
  • Speech enhancement
  • Speech coding and transmission
  • Voice conversion
  • Speech synthesis and spoken language generation
  • Automatic speech recognition
  • Spoken language understanding
  • Language and dialect identification
  • Cross-lingual and multi-lingual speech processing
  • Multimodal/multimedia signal processing (including sign languages)
  • Speaker characterization and recognition
  • Signal processing for music and song
  • Spoken language technology for prosthesis, rehabilitation, wellness and welfare
  • Computational linguistics for SLP
  • Written Language Processing for SLP

SPOKEN LANGUAGE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS

  • Spoken dialogue systems
  • SLP Systems for information extraction/retrieval
  • Systems for spoken language translation
  • Applications for aged and handicapped persons
  • Applications for learning and education
  • Other applications

RESOURCES, STANDARDIZATION AND EVALUATION

  • Spoken language resources and annotation
  • Evaluation and standardization of spoken language systems

Language

The working language of the conference is English.
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PDF File

The CFP file can be downloaded here. [1MB]
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