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    SIMPE 2010 - 5th Workshop on Speech in Mobile and Pervasive Environments

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    Category Pervasive Environments

    Deadline: May 26, 2010 | Date: September 07, 2010

    Venue/Country: Lisbon, Portugal

    Updated: 2010-06-04 19:32:22 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    With the proliferation of pervasive devices and the increase in their processing capabilities, client-side speech processing has been emerging as a viable alternative. The SiMPE workshop series started in 2006 with the goal of enabling speech processing on mobile and embedded devices to meet the challenges of pervasive environments (such as noise) and leveraging the context they or (such as location). SiMPE 2010, the 5th in the series, will continue to explore issues, possibilities, and approaches for enabling speech processing as well as convenient and ective speech and multimodal user interfaces. Over the years, SiMPE has been evolving too, and since last year, one of our major goals has been to increase the participation of speech/multimodal HCI designers, and increase their interactions with speech processing experts.

    Multimodality got more attention in SiMPE 2008 than it has received in the previous years. In SiMPE 2007 , the focus was on developing regions. Given the importance of speech in developing regions, SiMPE 2008 had \SiMPE for developing regions" as a topic of interest. Speech User interaction in cars was a focus area in 2009.

    Goals of SiMPE

    SiMPE has only two ambitious goals:

    To provide a platform that brings together researchers from speech processing, algorithm design, application development and UI design to fuel faster growth of this multi-disciplinary area.

    To pose interesting problems to this community that will foster cross-pollination of ideas and hopefully de-fine the course that SiMPE research should take over the coming years.

    Intended Audience

    This multi-disciplinary burgeoning area invites researchers interested in any aspect of the intersection of Speech processing and Mobile computing -- speech recognition, speech synthesis, multimodal interfaces, mobile HCI, distributed speech processing, mobile applications, voice user interface design, memory/energy emergingcient algorithms, UI design -- to meet and pave the way forward. We anticipate a good mix of international industrial and academic participation which should lead to lively discussions.

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