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Call for Papers
LPSS 2019 invites linguists, practitioners, engineers, and experts who are interested in issues related to speech communication, prospering in research studies and innovation of clinical, educational, and technological applications. We aims to publish a book based on papers presented at LPSS 2019 after the conference and hope to receive your precious results and insights that can contribute to the understanding and processing of human speech communication. We accept only full papers with a maximum length of 4 pages + 1 cover page in pdf format. No fixed paper format is required at this stage, but we highly recommend you to use the submission template(Cover page template) (Paper template). Please note submissions exceeding this length will not be considered for review. Paper submission system is available at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=lpss2019

        We are looking for papers on the following topics:
        - Modeling of speech communication process: Theory and praxis
        - Computational view of discourse: Encoding and decoding
        - Human speech analysis: Form, unit, structure, and composition
        - Human speech processing: Detection, verification, and recognition
        - Human speech understanding: Form, meaning, and function
        - Speech assessment: Pathology, L1 and L2 acquisition
        - Speech data collection: Resource design and evaluation
        - Speech data annotation: Procedure design and degree of granularity
 


Call for Proposals for Roundtable Discussion with our Invited Speakers
LPSS 2019 also invites scholars who are interested in close contact with the invited speakers in face-to-face meetings, to submit a 2-page description of their research, clearly stating the issues and the relationship to the invited speakersí research. We hope this arrangement can inspire different research directions and collaborations. If you intend to take part in this arrangement, please register first and submit a 2-page short statement of your research no later than November 4, 2019 to 2019lpss@gmail.com.

   

   

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