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>From the Acoustical Society of America Call for Papers, December 1994:
The 129th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America will be held Tuesday
through Saturday, 30 May-3 June 1995, at the Washington, DC Renaissance Hotel.
Note that this meeting immediately follows the U.S. Memorial Day holiday
weekend. Some sessions will be held on Tuesday and a full program of sessions
will be held every morning and afternoon, Wednesday through Saturday.
Registration will be begin Tuesday at 7:30 a.m.
THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS IS MONDAY, 30 JANUARY 1995. THIS DEADLINE
WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.
An original and one copy of an abstract of not more than 200 words shall be
submitted for each paper, whether invited or contributed. ABSTRACTS LONGER THAN
200 WORDS MAY BE EDITED OR TRUNCATED. Abstracts should be double-spaced and
prepared in accordance with the enclosed Instructions for the Preparation of
Abstracts. The entire abstract and accompanying information must fit on one
side of a sheet of paper.
Mail the original and one copy of the abstract to arrive by 30 January 1995 to
the Technical Program Chairman:
Dr. David Feit
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Bethesda, MD 20084-5000
FACSIMILE TRANSMITTED ABSTRACTS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
The registration fee is $95 for members, $145 for nonmembers, and $35 for
accompanying persons. Invited speakers who are members of the Society are
expected to pay the registration fee, but nonmember invited speakers may
register without charge. There is no fee for students with active
An advance meeting program summary will be published in the March issue of
JASA, a preliminary program listing titles and authors of papers will be sent
to all members in March, and a complete program will be mailed as Part 2 of
the May issue of JASA. Those with E-mail can review abstracts of meeting papers
on the American Institute of Physics E-mail network, PINET or on INTERNET, in
Session topics include Bowed String, The Guitar, Acoustic Ecology, Auditory
Function in the Central Nervous System, Glory Days and Current Research at
Bell Labs, Harvey Fletcher Memorial Session, Wavelet Analysis Techniques and
Applications, Contacting Linguistics Structures from Perception, Cross-Modal
Integration and Speech Perception, How Can the Psychophysics of Speech
Recognition Help Low Bit-Rate coding and Automatic Recognition.
For a complete copy of this bulletin contact Elaine Moran, Acoustical Society,
500 Sunnyside Blvd., Woodbury, NY 11797, Tel: +1-516-576-2360,
FAX: +1-516-576-2377, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.