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Future work in cost action 277 on nonlinear speech processing

Chollet Gérard, ENST
Faúndez-Zanuy Marcos, Escola Universitària Politècnica de Mataró
Kleijn Bastiaan, KTH
Kubin Gernot, TU Graz
McLaughlin Stephen, Edinburgh
Petek Bojan, Slovenia

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Volume III pp 525-528

Non linear Speech Processing

Paper abstract
In this paper we present the progress of the COST action 277 on nonlinear speech processing. The action is focused on four key themes: speech synthesis, speech coding, speech recognition and speech analysis. The purpose of this paper is twofold, to state clearly and publicly the aims of the action for the next three years, and also to attract the interest of researchers and laboratories around the world thus potentially increasing collaborations between them.

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