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Speech and Language Processing

Technical Committee


NOTE: The Technical Committee's EDICS list is derived from the Society's Unified EDICS list. You can view the Society's complete Unified EDICS ist and EDICS list approval process on the Unified EDICS page.

EDICS Notations:
1. Bolded text represents the EDICS major topic category
2. Blue shaded rows represent EDICS that can be selected as paper's topic.
3. Non-shaded rows represent sub-topic EDICSs for those above them.


Speech Processing
[SPE-SPRD] Speech Production
[SPE-SPER] Speech Perception and Psychoacoustics
[SPE-ANLS] Speech Analysis
  • Signal, intonation, and paralinguistics modeling
  • Emotion
  • Language Disorders
[SPE-SYNT] Speech Synthesis and Generation
  • Voice Conversion
  • Machine learning for speech synthesis, including end-to-end methods
  • General Topics in Speech Synthesis
[SPE-CODI] Speech Coding
[SPE-ENHA] Speech Enhancement and Separation
  • Speech Enhancement Methods, including Deep Learning Methods
  • Speech Separation and Denoising
  • Multichannel Methods for Speech Enhancement/Separation (e.g., Beamforming)
[SPE-RECO] Acoustic Modeling for Automatic Speech Recognition
[SPE-ROBU] Robust Speech Recognition
[SPE-ADAP] Speech Adaptation/Normalization
[SPE-LVCR] Large Vocabulary Continuous Recognition/Search
  • End-to-end approaches
  • Other LVSCR approaches
[SPE-MULT] Multilingual Recognition and Identification
[SPE-GASR] General Topics in Speech Recognition
  • Hardware/network-aware methods
  • Word spotting
  • Metadata (e.g., emotion, speaker, accent) extraction from acoustics
  • New algorithms and approaches
  • Corpora, annotation, and other resources
  • Lexical Modeling and Access
  • Resource Constrained Speech Recognition
  • Other topics in speech recognition
[SPE-SPKR] Speaker Recognition and Characterization
  • Speaker verification and anti-spoofing
  • Speaker recognition/identification
  • Speaker diarization
[SPE-VAD] Voice Activity Detection and End-pointing
Human Language Technology
[HLT-LANG] Language Modeling
[HLT-MTSW] Machine Translation for Spoken and Written Language
[HLT-UNDE] Spoken Language Understanding and Computational Semantics
[HLT-DIAL] Discourse and Dialog
[HLT-SDTM] Spoken Document Retrieval and Text Mining
[HLT-STPA] Segmentation, Tagging, and Parsing
[HLT-LACL] Language Acquisition and Learning
[HLT-MLMD] Machine Learning Methods for Language
[HLT-LRES] Language Resources and Systems
[HLT-MMPL] Multimodal Processing of Language

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