Submission Guidelines A paper for INTERSPEECH 2005 must be submitted as a full and final paper. Consult the Paper Author’s Kit for detailed information on the format of the papers. The dealine for paper submission is April 14, 2005. Please follow the Paper Submission link to perform the actual paper submission. Please note that all papers for INTERSPEECH and 2005 must be submitted electronically through this link.

Those who have problems using the fully Web-based submission procedure should contact the organizers at soon as possible. Submission of a paper implies that at least one of the author(s) agrees to register and present the paper at the conference. Only papers by authors registered by June 30, 2005, will be included in the Conference. A participant may present more than one paper. No paper, however, can be presented by a person that is not one of the authors of the paper.

The official language of INTERSPEECH 2005 is English. Paper status

After submission, each paper will be given a unique Paper ID. This will be shown on the confirmation page right after the submission of the paper. A confirmation email including the Paper ID will be sent to each co-author of the paper as well. It will be possible to check and correct (if necessary) the submitted paper information (names, affiliations, etc.) at the Paper Status page (using the Paper ID and Email Address as ‘login’ and ‘password’). Also an updated paper file can be uploaded (if errors were found or new results became available, etc). Corrections/uploads can be made until the submission deadline (April 14, 2005). Paper Acceptance/Rejection Notification

Each corresponding author will be notified by e-mail of the acceptance/rejection of the paper. Reviewer feedback will also be available for each paper.TECHNICAL PROGRAM The conference schedule includes the full list of regular and special sessions, plenary sessions and tutorials. Selecting “Conference Schedule” it is possible to browse all sessions. By clicking on each session, you will be able to see the complete list of papers included in that session. When browsing session pages, it is possible to check all paper details, including session location, time and abstract clicking on the paper title. Cliking on author name lists all papers by a given author.

You may also use the Paper Search and My Schedule options in the left menu to look for papers by title and/or author names and to develop a custom schedule for selected papers.
TUTORIALS Tutorials for Interspeech’2005 will be held on September 4th. These tutorials are organized by internationally recognized experts in their fields. The idea behind the tutorials is to provide an overview of the topic as well as to bring to light the recent developments in fields concerning spoken language processing to all students, engineers ans scientists. It is possible to register for tutorials without registering for the conference.

Submission to all special sessions was done using the same format and deadlines as for regular papers. For further information concerning special sessions please  The Organizing Committee has received 27 proposals for special sessions. From these proposals, 9 were selected as oral sessions. Due to the large number of accepted papers in some of these sessions, some of these papers will be presented as posters. One proposal (no. 10) was selected as a poster session followed by a panel. The last two proposals were selected as panels.

Emotional Speech Analysis and Synthesis: Towards a Multimodal Approach Organizers: Ellen Douglas-Cowie and Roddy Cowie
E-inclusion and Spoken Language Processing Organizers: Paul Dalsgaard and Roger Moore The Blizzard Challenge 2005: Evaluating Corpus-based Speech Synthesis on Common Databases Organizers: Alan W. Black and Keiichi Tokuda Gender and Age Issues in Speech and Language Research
Organizers: Els den Os, Lori Lamel, and Martin Russell
Early Language Acquisition: Infant Studies, Animal Models and Theories
Organizer: Francisco Lacerda Rapid Development of Spoken Dialogue System: Data Driven, Knowledge-based and Hybrid Methods Organizers: Giuseppe Di Fabbrizio, Junlan Feng, Juan M. Huerta, Roberto Pieraccini, Manny Rayner, and Ye-Yi Wang Human factors, User Experience and Natural Language Application Design
Organizers: Liz Alba, M. Gabriela Alvarez-Ryan, Fang Chen, and Kristiina Jokinen Speech Recognition in Ubiquitous Networking and Context-Aware Computing Organizers: Zheng-Hua Tan, Paul Dalsgaard and Børge Lindberg Speech Inversion Organizer: Victor Sorokin Bridging the Gap Between Human and Automatic Speech Processing Organizers: Katrin Kirchoff and Louis ten Bosch Panel: History of Speech Technology Moderators: Janet M. Baker and Patri J. Pugliese Panel: Towards a SIG on Iberian Languages Moderator: Nestor Becerra Yoma

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