Call for papers: Special issue of AST on Speech Commnunication ("Kato, H" )

Subject: Call for papers: Special issue of AST on Speech Commnunication
From:    "Kato, H"  <kato.hiroaki@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 9 Feb 2012 13:54:24 +0900

Dear Auditory List members, On behalf of the editorial board of the Acoustical Society of Japan (ASJ), I am forwarding CFP of a special issue of Acoustical Science and Technology, the English Journal of ASJ ( ). Best regards, -- Kato, H. ---- Call for Papers Acoustical Science and Technology Special issue on "Speech Communication and its Related Technologies" Speech sounds are crucial in human communication. Various spoken language interfaces are being realized for the first time through advances in speech information processing technology. Such progress underscores the value of speech communication research and of essential technologies such as acoustical processing. The Acoustical Society of Japan therefore is pleased to announce a special issue covering a wide breadth of interests in speech communication. Submissions are open to non-members of the Society as well. Contributions will be reviewed following procedures identical to regular submissions. Clearly state "for the speech communication special issue" in your correspondence to the editorial board. This special issue encourages submissions in the areas including but not limited to the following: Speech Coding, Speech Analysis, Voice Activity Detection, Speech Enhancement, Speech Production, Voice Quality Transformation, Speech Quality Assessment, Emotional Perception, Paralanguage, Echo Cancellation, Sound Source Separation, Sound Source Estimation, Directional Control, Language Learning, Speech Dialogs, Speech Translation, Multi-modality, Speech Synthesis, Speech Recognition, Speaker Identification Deadlines for submissions: Paper, Technical Report, Review: 25 May 2012 Acoustical Letter: 29 July 2012 Instructions for submissions: -- Kato, Hiroaki (family name first) National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) ATR bldg., 2-2-2 Hikaridai, Seika-cho, Kyoto 619-0288, Japan E-mail: kato.hiroaki@xxxxxxxx

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