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Calls for Participation: CASA'99, Aug.1 Stockholm


IJCAI-99 Workshop on Computational Auditory Scene Analaysis (CASA'99)
Third International Workshop on Computational Auditory Scene Analaysis

        August 1, 1999, Stockholm

Registration Information


The list of accepted papers:

A Measure of Speech and Pitch Reliability from Voicing
        Frederic Berthommier (INPG), and Herve Glotin (IDIAP)

Low-level auditory modeling of temporal effects
        Aki Harma (Helsinki University of Technology)

Incorporating Visual Information into Sound Source Separation
        Yukiko Nakagawa (JST), Hiroshi G. Okuno (JST), and Hiroaki Kitano
        (JST/SONY CSL)

Forming and Perception of Virtual Sound Source Approaching and Receding
        Elena Ogorodnikova, and Sergei Park
        (I.P. Pavlov Institute of Physiology)

Segregation of vowel in background noise using the medel of
segregating two acoustic sources based on auditory scene analysis
        Masashi Unoki, and Masato Akagi (JAIST)

Extracting Size and Shape Information of Sound Source in an Optimal
Auditory Processing Model
        Toshio Irino (ATR), and Roy D. Patterson (University of Cambridge)

Sound Scene Segmentation by Dynamic Detection of Correlogram Comodulation
        Eric D. Scheirer (MIT)

A Biologically Plausible Acoustic Azimuth Estimation System
        Sofia Cavaco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), and John Hallam
        (University of Edinburgh)

Information Theoretic Auditory Grouping
        Paris Smaragdis (MIT)

Combining Independent Component Analysis and Sound Stream Segregation
        Hiroshi G. Okuno (JST), Shiro Ikeda (JST), and Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT)

Musical Sound Source Identification Based on Frequency Component Adaptation
        Tomoyoshi Kinoshita, Shuichi Sakai, and Hidehiko Tanaka
        (Univiversity of Tokyo)

A Real-time Music Scene Description System:
Detecting Melody and Bass Lines in Audio Signals
        Masataka Goto, and  Satoru Hayamizu (Electrotechnical Laboratory)

Domain Constraints for Polyphonic Music Understanding
        Ramamurthy Mani, S. Hamid Nawab, and Giuseppe Taibi (Boston University)

Graphical Models and Bayesian Methods for Auditory Scene Analysis (tentative)
        Hagai Attias (University College London)

Orgarnizing Committee

        Hiroshi G. Okuno,
            Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project, JST, and
            Science University of Tokyo, Japan, Chair
        Frank Klassner
            Villanova University, USA, Co-Chair
        Martin P. Cooke
            University of Sheffield, UK
        Fr\'{e}d\'{e}ric Berthommier
            Institut de la Communication Parlee, France
        Malcolm Slaney
            Interval Research, Inc., USA

Hiroshi "Gitchang" Okuno, Ph.D
Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project, ERATO,
Japan Science and Technology Corp.
Mansion 31 Suite 6A
6-31-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan.
Tel: +81-3-5468-1661, Fax: +81-3-5468-1664
E-mail: okuno@nue.org
URL:    http://www.symbio.jst.go.jp/~okuno/