|ISCA ITRW ASR2000|
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Automatic Speech Recognition: Challenges for the Next Millennium
September 18-20, 2000
The last decade has seen impressive advances in the capability and performance of speech recognizers. However, despite the extent of progress and the emergence of commercially available products, there are many outstanding research issues that need to be addressed before the core speech recognition problem can be considered solved. Speech recognizers remain extremely sensitive to the acoustic and the linguistic properties of the data, and in particular to mismatches between training conditions and conditions of real use. Also porting to a new language or task requires substantial investment of time and money, and requires the knowledge of speech recognition experts.
Some of the challenges for speech recognition research are to address these problems by investigating robust generic technology, low-cost development strategies, portability and adaptability.
The ISCA ASR-2000 workshop will focus on core speech recognition technology and in particular on recent advances and prospective work. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Robust generic technology
Prospective authors are invited to electronically submit a full paper (4-8 pages) for review (starting April 1st, 2000). (Paper submission closed)
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Organized by the Spoken Language Processing Group at the LIMSI-CNRS with sponsorship from ISCA and the GFCP/SFA. For more information, consult the workshop Web home page http://www-tlp.limsi.fr/asr2000 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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