[Elsnet-list] Call: Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech 2005 (DiSS'05)

Jean Veronis Jean.Veronis at up.univ-mrs.fr
Sat Nov 20 22:18:05 CET 2004

Call for papers

Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech 2005, an ISCA Tutorial and Research 

DiSS 05 is the 4th meeting of the successful series of interdisciplinary
workshops on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech.

It will be held in the beautiful city of Aix-en-Provence, France, on
September 10-12, 2005 and organised by the DELIC team of the University of

The meeting is timed to allow participants at INTERSPEECH (Lisbon, September
4-8) to attend.

Previous meetings (Berkeley, 1999; Edinburgh, 2001; Gothenburg, 2003) have
seen papers addressing normal disfluency from a wide range of disciplines,
from automatic speech recognition and computational linguistics to
linguistic analysis, psycholinguistics (production and comprehension), and
beyond. Papers comparing normal disfluencies to those occurring in
communication disorders are also welcome.

We hope to maintain this interdisciplinary approach in 2005 and would
therefore welcome submission of 4-page papers by April 8 2005, for review.
Once accepted, papers may be revised and extended to 6 pages in preparation
for publication in the workshop proceedings.

Papers should be submitted by email to papers at disfluency.org.
Preferred format for submission will be detailed on the workshop website,
shortly: http://www.up.univ-mrs.fr/delic/Diss05

For further information about the workshop, please visit the website or
contact the organisers at diss05 at disfluency.org.

Kind Regards,

The DiSS Planning Team

Jean Veronis DELIC, Université de Provence, France.
Robert Eklund Teliasonera, Sweden.
Robin Lickley Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, UK.
Liz Shriberg SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, USA.
Åsa Wengelin Lund University, Sweden.

Jean Véronis

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