International Conference on Pattern Recognition (Al Bregman )

Subject: International Conference on Pattern Recognition
From:    Al Bregman  <bregman(at)CCRMA.STANFORD.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 8 Sep 1993 13:08:52 -0700

Dear Auditory members, Some time ago, I announced a call on the Auditory list for papers for the International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Oct.9-13 in Jerusalem. The Signal Processing subconference intends to have one or more sessions on auditory scene analysis (I take this to be the more general topic of auditory pattern recognition). Papers could involve computational models, acoustical analyses, or perceptual research on people or, I presume, on animals. This would be a good chance to bring the area of auditory pattern perception to the attention of the pattern recognition research community. Other subconferences to be held at the same time are Computer vision and image processing, Pattern recognition and neural networks, and Parallel computing. The conferences will be conducted in English. Israel's weather at that time of year is warm and pleasant during the day and cool in the evenings. Paper submission deadline is Feb.4, 1994, The manuscript should include: 1. A summary page indicating: that it is submitted to the "Signal Processing Conference"; what the paper is about; what its original contribution is; and whether it describes an application to be reviewed by the Applications subcommittee. 2. The paper, limited to 4000 words People to contact for further information: David Malah, organizer of the Signal-processing conference,: malah(at) General information (secretariat): icpr(at) Auditory pattern perception, Al Bregman: bregman(at) or in09(at) I would like to hear from people who are thinking of presenting papers, in order to see whaat kinds of topics might be represented. (there would be no commitment on your part at this time). Remember, even if your topic is not auditory scene analysis but falls under the general topic of auditory pattern recognition, which I take to be the general subject matter of the AUDITORY list, I would urge you to present a paper. Best wishes, Al Bregman

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