5 January 1994, IoA meeting, Sheffield, England (mmalcolm Crawford )

Subject: 5 January 1994, IoA meeting, Sheffield, England
From:    mmalcolm Crawford  <M.Crawford(at)DCS.SHEF.AC.UK>
Date:    Tue, 1 Nov 1994 17:56:38 +0000

Interest in this meeting is growing rapidly, to the point where we are considering a second day. Would anybody interested in attending, and particularly anybody contemplating making a presentation, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can make arrangements as appropriate. Have fun, mmalcolm. posn. research facilitator where institute for language speech and hearing sheffield university c/o department of computer science regent court 211 portobello street sheffield s1 4dp england vox (+44) 114 282 5569 fax (+44) 114 278 0972 email m.crawford(at)dcs.shef.ac.uk -----------------------------oOo----------------------------- 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 Thursday, 5th January, 1995 The theme of this meeting is to explore ways in which research in hearing, speech technology and phonetics can be mutually beneficial. Contributions received so far are given below. There is room for a few more. Prospective speakers should send their title and a short abstract of their talk to: Phil Green Institute for Language Speech and Hearing Sheffield University c/o Department of Computer Science Regent Court 211 Portobello Street Sheffield S1 4DP England vox (+44) 114 282 5578 fax (+44) 114 278 0972 email p.green(at)dcs.shef.ac.uk DEADLINE: 1st December 1994 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ LINKS BETWEEN SPEECH TECHNOLOGY, SPEECH SCIENCE AND HEARING OUTLINE PROGRAMME Auditory representations of speech sounds . Roy Patterson, APU Cambridge Cocktail Party Speech Recognition . Markus Bodden, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum Modelling Auditory Organisation to detect and remove interfering sounds . Dan Ellis, MIT Media Lab Perceptual Computing - Machine Listening group Auditory Scene Analysis and Recognition of Speech in Noise . Phil Green, Martin Cooke & Malcolm Crawford, Sheffield University Phonetic classification and the macro-structure of speech -- the neglected dimension of time (provisional title) . Steve Greenberg, ICSI Berkeley Prosodically driven syllabic speech recognition using abductive inference . Kevin Lenzo, ATR Kyoto Recent progress in hybrid connectionist-statistical speech recognition: the ABBOT large vocabulary system. . Steve Renals (Sheffield), Tony Robinson, Mike Hochberg (Cambridge) Dynamic Acoustic Features in the Recognition of Speech Sounds . Gerhard Prinsloo, Technikon OFS, Bloemfontein, South Africa Amplitude modulation in wideband filter channels: useless artifact or useful information? . Leslie Smith, Stirling University, Scotland

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