Sheffield IoA Meeting - call for papers - SPEECH TECH, (Phil Green )

Subject: Sheffield IoA Meeting - call for papers - SPEECH TECH,
From:    Phil Green  <P.Green(at)DCS.SHEF.AC.UK>
Date:    Wed, 31 Aug 1994 11:55:41 +0100

************************ Call for Papers *********************** INSTITUTE OF ACOUSTICS SPEECH GROUP One Day Meeting on LINKS BETWEEN SPEECH TECHNOLOGY, SPEECH SCIENCE AND HEARING Hosted by the Institute for Language, Speech and Hearing University of Sheffield, UK The theme of this meeting is to explore ways in which research in hearing, speech technology and phonetics can be mutually beneficial. Examples might be * Auditory modelling and auditory scene analysis as a paradigm for speech recognition in noise. * Analysis of rhythm in speech and music. * Statistical modelling of phones in context. * Auditory analyses of voice pitch. * Auditory representations of speech sounds. Thursday, 5th January, 1995 Prospective speakers should send a short abstract of their talk to Phil Green, ILASH, University of Sheffield, Regent Court, 211 Portobello St., Sheffield S1 4DP no later than 1st December 1994. Phone 0742-825578 Fax 0742-780972 e-mail

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