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Speech and Language Processing

Technical Committee

EDICS

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.

 

SPE SPEECH PROCESSING
SPE-SPRD Speech Production
SPE-SPER Speech Perception and Psychoacoustics
SPE-ANLS Speech Analysis
SPE-SYNT Speech Synthesis and Generation
SPE-CODI Speech Coding
SPE-ENHA Speech Enhancement and Separation
SPE-RECO Acoustic Modeling for Automatic Speech Recognition
SPE-ROBU Robust Speech Recognition
SPE-ADAP Speech Adaptation/Normalization
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-MULT Multilingual Recognition and Identification
SPE-LVCR Large Vocabulary Continuous Recognition/Search
SPE-SPKR Speaker Recognition and Characterization

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