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Call for Papers, IEEE Workshop on Speech Coding


Call for Papers

IEEE Workshop on Speech Coding for Telecommunications
October 13--15, 1993
St. Jovite, Quebec, Canada

The 1993 IEEE Workshop on Speech Coding for Telecommunications will be held
at the Gray Rocks resort in St. Jovite, Quebec, about 115 kilometers
northwest of Montreal in the Laurentian Mountains. St. Jovite is near
Mont Tremblant Park and is about 2 hours of driving time from Ottawa,
the capital of Canada. Hiking, water sports on the lake, tennis, golf, fall
foliage viewing are some of the featured outdoor activities.

The Workshop provides a forum for presentation and discussion of the
latest developments and future directions in speech/audio coding for
telecommunications. Papers will be selected for presentation in lecture or
poster format. To promote the effective exchange of ideas, no concurrent
lecture sessions are planned and attendance will be limited to 150 people.

Papers describing original work in all aspects of speech coding are
solicited. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the
following:
- Low-rate speech coding
- Speech coding for wireless communications
- Speech coding for packet networks
- Speech coding for storage
- Speech/audio coding in multimedia environments
- Robust coding techniques
- Perceptual models for speech/audio coding
- Speech quality evaluation
- Future speech/audio coding standards
- Unconventional and emerging techniques
- Current limits and future challenges

Papers that comport with the Workshop theme "Speech Coding for the
Network of the Future" are of particular interest.

Authors are invited to submit to the Technical Program Chair 5 copies of a
500--1000 word summary, which should include a title, the authors' names,
and their affiliations. The summary should indicate clearly the one author
responsible for correspondence, and the address, telephone and fax numbers
of that author. Also, one or more keywords that identify the topic(s)
addressed by the paper should be listed in the summary in an order of
decreasing relevance. Submission of a summary implies a commitment by
an author to present the paper, if accepted, at the Workshop.

Deadline for submission of 5 copies of summary April 1, 1993
Notification of acceptance May 31, 1993
Submission of photo-ready 2-page paper June 30, 1993

Conference Chair:
Dr. Paul Mermelstein
BNR, 16 Place du Commerce, Verdun, Quebec, Canada H3E 1H6
Tel: (514) 765-7769, (514) 761-8507 (FAX)
E-mail: MERMELST@BNR.CA

Technical Program Chair:
Dr. Peter Kabal, Department of Electrical Engineering,
McGill University, 3480 University Street, Montreal, Canada H3A 2A7
Tel: (514) 398-7130, (514) 398-4470 (FAX).
E-mail: kabal@TSP.EE.McGill.CA

Sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society, the IEEE Communications
Society, and the Canadian Institute for Telecommunications Research (CITR).

[A postscript typeset version of this Call for Papers may be obtained via
anonymous ftp from aldebaran.ee.mcgill.ca in /pub/speech_workshop93.ps.]
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