[Elsnet-list] CFP: 5th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing

Jianhua TAO jhtao at nlpr.ia.ac.cn
Sat May 13 05:55:54 CEST 2006


                            Call for papers 
                       International Symposium on 
     Chinese Spoken Language Processing (ISCSLP'2006) 

                    Singapore Dec. 13-16, 2006
        Conference website http://www.iscslp2006.org/


ISCSLP'06 will feature world-renowned plenary speakers, tutorials, exhibits,

and a number of lecture and poster sessions on the following topics:
* Speech Production and Perception 
* Phonetics and Phonology 
* Speech Analysis 
* Speech Coding 
* Speech Enhancement 
* Speech Recognition 
* Speech Synthesis 
* Language Modeling and Spoken Language Understanding 
* Spoken Dialog Systems 
* Spoken Language Translation 
* Speaker and Language Recognition 
* Indexing, Retrieval and Authoring of Speech Signals 
* Multi-Modal Interface including Spoken Language Processing 
* Spoken Language Resources and Technology Evaluation 
* Applications of Spoken Language Processing Technology 
* Others 

The official language of ISCSLP is English. The regular papers will be
as a volume in the Springer LNAI series, and the poster papers will be
in a companion volume. Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished
on all the aspects of Chinese spoken language processing.
The conference will also organize four special sessions:
* Special Session on Rich Information Annotation and Spoken Language
* Special Session on Robust Techniques for Organizing and Retrieving Spoken
* Special Session on Speaker Recognition
* Special Panel Session on Multilingual Corpus Development 

* Full paper submission by Jun. 15, 2006 
* Notification of acceptance by Jul. 25, 2006 
* Camera ready papers by Aug. 15, 2006 
* Early registration by Nov. 1, 2006 

For more details, please contact the General Chair of the conference

Dr Haizhou Li
Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
hli at i2r.a-star.edu.sg 

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