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ICASSP 2011 Video Recordings Now Available Online

The 36th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2011) was held at the Prague Congress Centre (PCC), May 22-27, 2011.  In total, 1438 papers were accepted and organized into 168 technical sessions, including 60 oral sessions and 108 poster sessions. ICASSP 2011 also featured 4 world-class plenary speakers, 14 tutorials, and 12 Show-and-Tell demonstrations.

Now the ICASSP2011 Organizing Committee is happy to inform you that video recordings of ICASSP 2011 oral talks are available at http://superlectures.com/icassp2011/
You can watch videos, search in audio, slides and text. You can also become a registered user so that you can share comments with other visitors.

You can also fill in the user survey at http://superlectures.com/icassp2011/survey1 which appears after you visit the portal.

Enjoy the ICASSP 2011 again!

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