Lectures by Dr. Lucy Pickering - "Computational Language Processing: The Phonetic Aspects of Speaker Recognition"
The School of Modern Languages, Ivan Allen College Dean's Office, and the College of Interactive Computing are sponsoring exciting lectures by Dr. Lucy Pickering (U of Texas A&M university commerce) entitled "Computational Language Processing: The Phonetic Aspects of Speaker Recognition " on March 29th, 2012, from 1:35-2:25pm at Swann 325. RSVP by March 22 to Dr. Masuda (email@example.com)
Abstract: With the rise in popularity of television shows such as NCIS and Criminal Minds, it seems as though we have cracked the code of voice identification by simple extrapolation from a voiceprint. But is that really true? In this presentation we will look at the components of speech that form of basis of speech and speaker recognition and how this is applied to areas of computational language processing including speech recognition software and forensic speech analysis.
A public talk on Corpus Linguistics will be also delivered at Swann 325 from 11:05-11:55am on March 29th. Please join us!
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