INTERSPEECH 2022

menu
메뉴닫기
home

Call for

Areas and Topics

home
Areas and Topics

1. Speech Perception, Production and Acquisition by Human Listeners

  • 1.1 Models of speech production
  • 1.2 Physiology and neurophysiology of speech production and perception
  • 1.3 Models of speech perception
  • 1.4 Acoustic and articulatory cues in speech perception
  • 1.5 Interaction speech production-speech perception
  • 1.6 Multimodal speech perception
  • 1.7 Cognition and brain studies on speech
  • 1.8 Code switching and multilingual studies
  • 1.9 L1 acquisition and processing
  • 1.10 Bilingual and L2 acquisition and processing
  • 1.11 Combining speech and other biosignals
  • 1.12 Other topics in Speech Perception, Production and Acquisition

2. Phonetics, Phonology, and Prosody

  • 2.1 Phonetics and phonology
  • 2.2 Language descriptions
  • 2.3 Acoustic phonetics
  • 2.4 Articulatory and acoustic features of prosody
  • 2.5 Perception of prosody
  • 2.6 Sociophonetics and sound changes
  • 2.7 Phonetics of L1-L2 interaction
  • 2.8 Forensic phonetics
  • 2.9 Phonetic and linguistic aspects of paralinguistics
  • 2.10 Other topics in Phonetics, Phonology, and Prosody

3. Paralinguistics in Speech and Language: Human and Automatic Analysis and Processing

  • 3.1 Analysis of speaker states
  • 3.2 Analysis of speaker traits
  • 3.3 Automatic analysis of speaker states
  • 3.4 Automatic analysis of speaker traits
  • 3.5 Social signal processing
  • 3.6 Sentiment analysis and opinion mining
  • 3.7 Perception of paralinguistic phenomena
  • 3.8 Multimodal paralinguistics
  • 3.9 Other topics in Paralinguistics in Speech and Language

4. Speaker and Language Identification

  • 4.1 Language identification and verification, language diarization
  • 4.2 Dialect and accent recognition
  • 4.3 Speaker verification and identification
  • 4.4 Features for speaker and language recognition
  • 4.5 Speaker diarization
  • 4.6 Evaluation of speaker and language identification systems
  • 4.7 Multimodal/multimedia speaker recognition and diarization
  • 4.8 Other topics in Speaker and Language Identification

5. Analysis of Speech and Audio Signals

  • 5.1. Bioacoustics
  • 5.2. Speech signal analysis and representation
  • 5.3. Acoustic event detection and acoustic scene classification
  • 5.4 Speech and audio segmentation
  • 5.5. Speech type classification
  • 5.6. Voice activity detection and audio segmentation
  • 5.7. Detection, inference, and segmentation of phonetic events and articulation
  • 5.8. Source separation
  • 5.9. Spatial audio
  • 5.10 Singing analysis
  • 5.11. Speech and audio quality assessment
  • 5.12 Other topics in Analysis of Speech and Audio Signals

6. Speech Coding and Enhancement

  • 6.1 Speech coding and transmission
  • 6.2 Noise reduction for speech signals
  • 6.3 Speech enhancement: single-channel
  • 6.4 Speech enhancement: multi-channel
  • 6.5 Speech intelligibility
  • 6.6 Speech enhancement in hearing aids
  • 6.7 Dereverberation for speech signals
  • 6.8 Echo cancelation for speech signals
  • 6.9 Evaluation of speech transmission, coding and enhancement
  • 6.10 Bandwidth expansion
  • 6.11 Privacy and security in speech communication
  • 6.12 Other topics in Speech Coding and Enhancement

7. Speech Synthesis and Spoken Language Generation

  • 7.1 Grapheme-to-phoneme conversion for synthesis
  • 7.2 Text processing for speech synthesis
  • 7.3 Signal processing methods for synthesis
  • 7.4 Speech synthesis paradigms and methods
  • 7.5 Towards end-to-end speech synthesis
  • 7.6 Statistical parametric speech synthesis
  • 7.7 Prosody modeling and generation
  • 7.8 Expression, emotion and personality generation
  • 7.9 Synthesis of singing voices
  • 7.10 Voice modification, conversion and morphing
  • 7.11 Cross-lingual and multilingual aspects in speech synthesis, code switching
  • 7.12 Multimodal synthesis for avatars and talking heads
  • 7.13 Tools and data for speech synthesis
  • 7.14 Evaluation of speech synthesis
  • 7.15 Other topics in Speech Synthesis and Spoken Language Generation

8. Speech Recognition: Signal Processing, Acoustic Modeling, Robustness, Adaptation

  • 8.1 Feature extraction and low-level feature modeling for ASR
  • 8.2 Prosodic features and models
  • 8.3 Robustness against noise or reverberation
  • 8.4 Far field and microphone array speech recognition
  • 8.5 Novel neural network architectures (e.g. sequence models, LSTM variants)
  • 8.6 Neural network training methods (including new objective functions)
  • 8.7 Discriminative acoustic training methods for ASR
  • 8.8 Acoustic model adaptation (bandwidth, emotion, accent)
  • 8.9 Speaker adaptation and normalization
  • 8.10 Pronunciation variants and modeling for speech recognition
  • 8.11 Cross-lingual and multilingual aspects, non-native accents
  • 8.12 Acoustic modeling for conversational speech (dialog, interaction)
  • 8.13 Other topics in Speech Recognition: Signal Processing, Acoustic Modeling, Robustness, Adaptation

9. Speech Recognition: Architecture, Search, and Linguistic Components

  • 9.1 Lexical modeling (lexicon learning, units, morphological models, …)
  • 9.2 Language model adaptation (domain, diachronic adaptation)
  • 9.3 Language modeling
  • 9.4 Search methods, decoding algorithms, lattices, multipass strategies
  • 9.5 New computational strategies, data-structures for ASR
  • 9.6 Computational resource constrained speech recognition
  • 9.7 Confidence measures
  • 9.8 Cross-lingual and multilingual components for speech recognition, code switching
  • 9.9 Other topics in Speech Recognition -Architecture, Search, and Linguistic Components

10. Speech Recognition: Technologies and Systems for New Applications

  • 10.1 Multimodal systems
  • 10.2 Applications in education and learning (incl. CALL, assessment of fluency)
  • 10.3 Applications in medical practice
  • 10.4 Rich transcription
  • 10.5 Innovative products and services based on speech technologies
  • 10.6 New paradigms (e.g. artic. models, topic models)
  • 10.7 Zero-resource speech recognition
  • 10.8 Other topics in Speech Recognition -Technologies and Systems for New Applications

11. Spoken dialog systems and conversational analysis

  • 11.1 Spoken dialog systems
  • 11.2 Discourse and dialog structures
  • 11.3 Multimodal interaction and interfaces
  • 11.4 Conversation, communication and interaction
  • 11.5 Analysis of verbal, co-verbal and nonverbal behavior
  • 11.6 Language modeling for conversational speech (dialog, interaction)
  • 11.7 Interactive systems for speech/language training, therapy, communication aids
  • 11.8 Stochastic modeling for dialog
  • 11.9 Question-answering from speech
  • 11.10 Systems for spoken language understanding
  • 11.11 Other topics in Spoken dialog systems and conversational analysis

12. Spoken Language Processing: Translation, Information Retrieval, Summarization, Resources and Evaluation

  • 12.1 Spoken machine translation
  • 12.2 Speech-to-speech translation systems
  • 12.3 Voice search
  • 12.4 Spoken term detection
  • 12.5 Indexing, mining and retrieval of speech and audio documents
  • 12.6 Speech and multimodal resources
  • 12.7 Evaluation of speech technology systems
  • 12.8 Metadata descriptions of speech, audio and text resources
  • 12.9 Methodologies and tools for language resource construction, annotation and evaluation
  • 12.10 Spoken document summarization
  • 12.11 Semantic analysis and classification
  • 12.12 Entity extraction from speech
  • 12.13 Other topics in Spoken Language Processing: Translation, Information Retrieval, Summarization, Resources and Evaluation

13. Speech, voice, and hearing disorders

  • 13.1 Speech disorders
  • 13.2 Voice disorders
  • 13.3 Hearing disorders
  • 13.4 Phonation and voice quality
  • 13.5 Automatic assessment of pathological speech
  • 13.6 Parkinson’s Disease
  • 13.7 Dysarthric speech
  • 13.8 Paralinguistics of pathological speech and language
  • 13.9 Applications for voice, speech, and hearing assessment
  • 13.10 Speech technology for disordered speech
  • 13.11 Speech technology for disordered hearing
  • 13.12 Speech technology for disordered voice
  • 13.13 Silent speech interfaces
  • 13.14 Other topics in Speech, voice, and hearing disorders

Top