Reminder: CRAC workshop on Consistent & Reliable Acoustic Cues (Dan Ellis )

Subject: Reminder: CRAC workshop on Consistent & Reliable Acoustic Cues
From:    Dan Ellis  <dpwe(at)EE.COLUMBIA.EDU>
Date:    Sun, 25 Mar 2001 08:04:48 -0500

REMINDER: CRAC Workshop on Consistent & Reliable Acoustic Cues Aalborg, Sunday Sep 2nd 2001, immediately before Eurospeech. * What's it about? The CRAC workshop on Consistent and Reliable Acoustic Cues for Sound Analysis will bring together researchers in - Sound organization and computational auditory scene analysis - Robust speech recognition and missing data techniques - Other aspects of human and computer perception of real-world audio * What will it be like? Participation will be limited to about 40 attendees to foster a true workshop atmosphere. There will be lecture, poster and discussion sessions in the morning and afternoon of the one-day workshop. * How can I participate? Submit a 500 word abstract by April 30th 2001 to: crac-abstract(at) * How do I decide between submitting my work to Eurospeech or to CRAC? - CRAC will be a focussed forum dealing with emerging techniques in sound analysis. This will allow a different emphasis in your paper, and a higher level of discussion at the workshop. - We will be editing a special issue of Speech Communication containing expanded versions of papers from this workshop. - The papers submitted to the workshop will be made permanently available via the internet on the conference web site. - The deadline for a 500 word abstract is April 30th, and the full 4-page papers don't have to be finished until July 31st. * Where can I get more information? Visit the CRAC web site, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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