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Category:   E-Conf
Subject:   2001 IEEE Automatic Speech recognition and understanding workshop
From:   Jean-Luc Gauvain
Email:   gauvain_(on)_m104.limsi.fr
Date received:   07 Feb 2001
Deadline:   15 Aug 2001
Start date:   09 Dec 2001

----------------------------------------------------------------- 2001 IEEE AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION AND UNDERSTANDING WORKSHOP ASRU'01 December 9 - 13, 2001 Madonna di Campiglio (Trento), Italy http://asru01.itc.it CALL FOR PAPERS The workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding (ASRU) sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, will be held in December 9-13, 2001, in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy. The workshop will focus on recent advances and new paradigms and systems for automatic speech recognition and understanding. The following topics are of particular interest: - Wireless ASR, Distributed Speech Recognition and Hands-Free Interaction - ASR Robustness: Feature Extraction, Acoustic Modeling and Adaptation - Broadcast News, Digital Archives and Audio-Video Information Retrieval - Large Vocabulary: Language Modeling and Speech Understanding - Multilinguality and Speech-to-Speech Translation - Dialogue systems: Voice Agents, Applications and Field Trials Prospective authors are invited to electronically submit a full, camera-ready 4 page paper. Submission instructions are provided on the workshop web site. Papers accepted for presentation will be compiled in a compact disk and distributed at the workshop. Attendance will be limited (about 180 participants) with priority given to those who submit written technical contributions. IMPORTANT DATES: Electronic submission of photo-ready papers August 15, 2001 Super early registration, before September 1 Notification of acceptance October 1 Advance registration, before October 15 (no on-site registration) WORKSHOP COMMITTEE: Co-Chairs: Alex Acero (alexac_(on)_microsoft.com) Microsoft Research Maurizio Omologo (omologo_(on)_itc.it) ITC-irst Local Arrangements: Gianni Lazzari (lazzari_(on)_itc.it) ITC-irst Technical Program: Roberto Pieraccini (roberto.pieraccini_(on)_speechworks. com) SpeechWorks Alex Potamianos (potam_(on)_research.bell-labs.com) Bell Labs - Lucent Technologies Giuseppe Riccardi (dsp3_(on)_research.att.com) AT&T Labs-Research Publicity: Jean-Luc Gauvain (gauvain_(on)_limsi.fr) LIMSI-CNRS Sponsorship: Isabel Trancoso (Isabel.Trancoso_(on)_inesc.pt) INESC Far East Liaison: Sadaoki Furui (furui_(on)_cs.titech.ac.jp) Tokyo Institute of Technology In cooperation with ISCA (the International Speech Communication Association), the workshop will allocate a limited number of student grants to qualified applicants. The conditions and procedure for grant application can be found at http://www.isca-speech.org/grants. html. For more information, please send email to asru01_(on)_itc.it or visit the workshop web site at http://asru01.itc.it.

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