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|SPE-ENHA||Speech Enhancement and Separation|
|SPE-GASR||General Topics in Speech Recognition
Distributed Speech Recognition - Client/Server methods; alternative Statistical/Machine Learning Methods (e.g., no HMMs); word spotting; metadata (e.g., emotion, speaker, accent) extraction from acoustics; new algorithms, computational strategies, data-structures for ASR; multi-modal (such as audio-visual) speech recognition; corpora, annotation, and other resources; algorithm approximation methods in ASR; structured classification approaches; lexical modeling and access; resource constrained speech recognition.
|SPE-LVCR||Large Vocabulary Continuous Recognition/Search|
|SPE-MULT||Multilingual Recognition and Identification|
|SPE-RECO||Acoustic Modeling for Automatic Speech Recognition|
|SPE-ROBU||Robust Speech Recognition|
|SPE-SPER||Speech Perception and Psychoacoustics|
|SPE-SPKR||Speaker Recognition and Characterization|
|SPE-SYNT||Speech Synthesis and Generation|
|SPE-VAD||Voice Activity Detection and End-pointing|
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