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Call for Participation: Machine Listening Workshop, 20th December 2010, Queen Mary University of London
Dear Auditory List,
We would like to bring to your attention a one-day workshop on the topic
of machine listening which will take place on Monday 20th December 2010
at Queen Mary University of London.
The workshop is free to attend and has an exciting programme of talks
from distinguished invited speakers covering the following topics:
computational auditory scene analysis, musical audio analysis,
bioacoustics, cochlear implants and the analysis of medical sounds.
There are a limited number of places available which will be allocated
on a first-come-first-served basis up until the registration deadline of
Thursday 11th November 2010.
For further information on the workshop, including details on how to
register, please see the workshop website:
We hope to see you in London in December.
Matthew Davies and Mark Plumbley
Invited speakers and talks:
Guy Brown (University of Sheffield)
Machine listening systems for noise-robust and reverberation-robust
automatic speech recognition
Miguel Coimbra (Universidade do Porto)
Listen to your heart
Simon Godsill (University of Cambridge)
A survey of recent probabilistic approaches in musical audio modelling
Mark Lutman (University of Southampton)
Less is more: sparse approach to speech recognition in noise for
David Reby (University of Sussex)
Tools for understanding mammal vocal communication: recording,
re-synthesis and playback