Call for






Consistent & Reliable Acoustic Cues
for sound analysis


The workshop will consist of oral presentations and posters, accompanied by a mini-proceedings available as a web site and possibly as a CD-ROM. The papers will be chosen through peer review, based on abstracts of about 500 words. Criteria for selecting the papers will include quality, novelty, and the overall balance of topics in the workshop. The workshop size will be limited to 40 participants, which is expected to translate into 20-30 papers.

Abstracts, in PDF or plain-text format, should be submitted via email to:

no later than midnight local time, Monday April 30th, 2001.

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last update: Thu Apr 26 14:36:59 EDT 2001 dpwe@ee.columbia.edu