A konferencia honlapja: http://capss2017.nytud.hu/
Call for papers
Challenges in analysis and processing of spontaneous speech
In view of the rapid growth of various aspects in speech research, we will address the issue of challenges in the analysis and processing of spontaneous speech. Topics include a wide range of research from phonology through speech production and perception processing to speech technology. All submissions are expected to be related to events, processes and applications of spontaneous speech. The workshop will be a unique exchange forum for researchers working in all kinds of research fields focusing on relevant questions of spontaneous speech. Postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to attend the workshop. The organizers will offer the ‘CAPSS Prize of the best young presenter’. This workshop is intended as the first event of a series of CAPSS workshops planned to take place in every two years in the future.
The first workshop will take place May 14–May 17 2017 in Budapest, Hungary. The event is organized by the Department of Phonetics of the Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
An edited book containing selected papers of CAPSS is planned to be published by an internationally recognized publisher.
Applications for oral papers, poster papers, and demonstrations are welcome. Two-page abtracts are to submitted. The topics of the workshop include – but are not limited to:
- Phoneme realizations in spontaneous speech
- Phonetic properties in spontaneous speech
- Coarticulation phenomena in spontaneous speech
- Prosodic structure of spontaneous speech
- Phonetic coherence in spontaneous speech
- Narratives vs dialogues
- Dysfluency phenomena in spontaneous speech
- Sound changes occurring in spontaneous speech
- Spontaneous speech across life span
- Development of spontaneous speech in L1
- Spontaneous speech in clinical population (aphasia, SLI, deafness, etc.)
- Analysis of paralinguistics in spontaneous speech
- Grammaticalization: Evidence from spontaneous speech
- Syntax of spontaneous speech
- Communication/speech accomodation in spontaneous speech
- Speech synthesis
- Dialogue act modelling
- Prosody modelling in spontaneous speech
- Speaker recognition forensic voice comparison
- Speech summarization in spontaneous speech
- Spontaneous speech recognition
Further details can be found at the
The ‘CAPSS Prize of the best young presenter‘
The best talk on a piece of high quality research given by a presenter under 35 years of age is going to be rewarded in order to recognize and encourage their work.