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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Indexing and Retrieval May 2004 Workshop on Higher Level Linguistic and Other Knowledge for Automatic Speech Processing May 2004 ICSLP 2004 Area Chair ACL 2004 International Conference on Speech Prosody Nara Japan 2004 EUROSPEECH 03 Area Chair ACL 03 HLT NAACL 03 ICSLP 02 Area Chair Prosody 2002 ACL 02 NAACL 01 ACL 01 EUROSPEECH 01 Area Chair ESCA Workshop on Emotion and Speech Belfast 2000 ACL 00 Thematic Session on Machine Learning and Statistical NLP for Dialogue Intonation Models and ToBI Labeling Workshop at ICPhS 99 Berkeley 1999 AAAI 99 Senior Program Committee ESCA Workshop in Interactive Dialogue in Multi Modal Systems Munich 1999 ICSLP 98 ESCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Dialogue and Prosody Eindhoven September 1999 Computational Psycholinguistics Conference Berkeley 1997 ESCA Workshop on Prosody 1993 ACL 93 ACL 92 student session DARPA Speech and Natural Language Workshop 1992 AAAI 90 AAAI Symposium on Spoken Language Systems 1989 ACL 89 Program Chair ACL 87 AAAI 86 Evaluating Panels Scientific and Industrial Advisory Board IM2 Project IDIAP Martigny CH 2002 Evaluating Committee for the NUTEK Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development Competence Centre for Speech Technology CTT Stockholm March 2001 Technology Advisory Panel 1999 Evaluating committee Dutch Science Foundation NWO Priority Research Programme in Language and Speech Technology 2000 Workshop Organization Co organizer with R Carlson and M Swerts ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Error Handling in Spoken Dialogue Systems Chateau d Oex Vaud Switzerland August 28 31 Co organizer with M Bacchiani D Litman and M Ostendorf ISCA Tutorial and ResearchWorkshop on Prosody in Speech Recognition and Understanding October 2001 Co organizer with O Rambow andM Walker ACL 99 Thematic Session on Discourse Tagging Uses Results and Applications Co organizer with C Kamm and M Walker ACL Workshop on Interactive Spoken Dialogue Systems July

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    in SCANMail Fall 2002 distinguished Lecture Series Department of Computer Science Institute for Advanced Computer Studies University of Maryland 2 December SCANMail Audio Browsing and Retrieval for Voicemail IBM Multimedia Seminar June 19 The Pragmatics of Intonational Meaning Speech Prosody 2002 Aix en Provence 12 April 2001 Audio Browsing and Search in the Voicemail Domain NLPRS 2001 Tokyo Meanings of Intonational Variation Stonybrook University November 5 Intonational Variation in Spoken Dialogue Systems Generation and Understanding Wilem Mathesius Courses Charles University Prague March 2000 Intonational Variation in Spoken Dialogue Systems Generation and Understanding Bullet Course presented at the Kungl Tekniska H ogskolan KTH Stockholm September 12 14 1999 Communication and Prosody Functional Aspects of Prosody ESCA Workshop on Dialogue and Prosody Eindhoven September When Good Recognizers Go Bad Identifying Prosodic Cues to Recognition Errors Johns Hopkins Center for Language and Speech Processing Workshop Guest Lecture Series July Intonation and Discourse Structure Analysis Generation and Understanding Wilem Mathesius Courses Charles University Prague March 1998 Prosody and Discourse Structure Third Discourse Tagging Workshop Chiba University May 18 1997 Discourse and Dialogue Prosody Theories of Intonational Meaning Above the Utterance Level ESCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Intonation Theory Models and Applications Athens September 1996 Intonation and Discourse Structure The Boston Directions Corpus Ohio State University November 22 To Speak or not to Speak The Role of Spoken Language in Multimodal Interfaces KONVENS 96 Bielefeld October Prosody in Spoken Dialogue Course given at the Fourth European Summer School on Language and Speech Communication Dialogue Systems Technical University of Budapest July Intonational Variation and Intonational Meaning Wilem Mathesius Courses Charles University Prague April Intonation and Discourse Structure The Pragmatics of Prosodic Variation Interfaces of Grammar Theoretical and Computational Aspects Universitaet Stuttgart Universitaet Tuebingen October Learning from Human Performance Corpus Based Intonational Assignment in Text to Speech Microsoft Research March 11 1995 Prosodic and Other Acoustic Cues to Speaking Style in Spontaneous and Read Speech Panel on Speaking Styles XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences Stockholm August Discourse Linguistic Computational and Philosophical Perspectives Center for Philosophy of Science University of Pittsburgh March 24 26 invited participant Discourse Prosody Tutorial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue Prosody Universitaet Stuttgart February 13 1994 Intonation and Discourse Structure New Evidence from a Task Oriented Domain Workshop on Prosody Third International Conference on Spoken Language Processing Yokohama September 1993 Prosodic Variation for Text to Speech Synthesis Special Session on Text to Speech Acoustical Society of America October 7 Meaning beyondWords Intonational Frontiers in Natural Language Processing plenary talk IJCAI 93 Chambery France September 1 Studies of Intonation and Discourse tutorial ESCA Workshop on Prosody Lund University September Pragmatics and Intonation course LSA Summer Institute Ohio State University June July ToBI Workshop on Prosodically Transcribed Data and Transcription Tools for Linguistics Research Columbus OH June invited participant Linguistic Cues to Discourse Segmentation NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Burning Issues in Discourse Maratea Italy April Structuring Discourse Intonationally CMU March 30 Intonation and Discourse Structure University of Rochester March 17 1992 Modeling of

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    vs so does NP Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting December with G Ward On the Role of Accent in the Interpretation of Bound Anaphora Midwestern Modern Language Association November with G Ward 1987 Accent and Bound Anaphora Linguistic Society of America AnnualMeeting December with G Ward Pragmatic Wars and Tautological Battles Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting December with G Ward On the Phonetic Determinants of Incredulity and Uncertainty

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Invited Talks Panels Workshops and Tutorials Conference Presentations Columbia Service Journal Responsibilities Professional Activities Invited Talks Panels Workshops and Tutorials Conference Presentations Columbia Service Content Coming Soon Julia Hirschberg Professor Computer Science Columbia University Department of Computer Science 1214 Amsterdam Avenue M C 0401 450 CS Building New York NY 10027 email julia cs columbia edu phone 212 939 7114 Download CV Columbia University Department of Computer Science Fu Foundation

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  • Topics - Information Processing: From Data to Solutions
    turn in one page reports on each of the presentations and prepare a final longer report on one of the problems presented as a final project Actual experimental implementations will be welcome but not mandatory Some proposed projects may be selected and invited to continue in the following semester or summer under the supervision of the instructors or other participating faculty or researchers from industry There are no prerequisites for the course and no exams students will be selected for the class based upon a questionnaire to be administered the first day of class Note that students who are members of the IGERT From Data to Solutions project Trainees and Affiliates will have preference in enrollment This is a required course for IGERT Trainees Requirements Assignments Students will be expected to complete all reading assignments before the class for which they are assigned Students will prepare short reports on each of the presentations These must be submitted in CourseWorks before the following class Each student will prepare a longer report outlining an approach to one of the interdisciplinary problems describe in the presentations There will be no midterm or final exam Grades will be based on class participation weekly short reports and final report A guide to weekly reporting can be found here An example can be found here Information on final reports and presentations can be found here and here Grading Class participation 30 Short Reports 30 Final Report 40 Academic Integrity Copying or paraphrasing someone s work code included or permitting your own work to be copied or paraphrased even if only in part is not allowed and will result in an automatic grade of 0 for the entire assignment or exam in which the copying or paraphrasing was done Your grade should reflect your own work If

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    have a Computer Science Account for this class To sign up for one go to the CRF website and then click on Apply for an Account The Speech Lab is available for use in homeworks as needed on a signup basis Some parts of the project must be done in the Lab Academic Integrity Copying or paraphrasing someone s work code included or permitting your own work to be copied or paraphrased even if only in part is not allowed and will result in an automatic grade of 0 for the entire assignment or exam in which the copying or paraphrasing was done Your grade should reflect your own work If you believe you are going to have trouble completing an assignment please talk to Prof Hirschberg in advance of the due date Please see the university policy Required texts Daniel Jurafsky and James H Martin Speech and Language Processing second edition Pearson Prentice Hall 2009 See errata before you do each reading assignment There are some typos in algorithms Other required readings are available online via links from this syllabus Grading 50 Exams 50 Course Project Class participation will be taken into account in calculating the final grade Homework submission procedure is described HERE Lab Signup Sign up to use the Linux computers in the Speech Lab Resources Praat Praat resources Help using ToBI ToBI Annotation Environments Text to Speech Links and more Sox audio file editing Syllabus C Topic Reading Assignments HW Due Dates and Other Assignments Jan 18 It s not what you said it s how you said it Jan 23 Spoken Dialogue Human and Machine J M 24 24 1 24 8 Project Description assigned Make appointments to talk with Prof or TAs about your project Jan 25 From Sounds to Language J M 7 1 7 3 7 5 Jan 30 Acoustics of Speech J M 7 4 vowels Feb 1 Tools for Speech Analysis Praat tutorial 1 Download Praat to your laptop if you have one and bring to class with headphones if you have Feb 6 Project Elevator Speeches and Lab Visit BVC Contest Project Description due Each team gives a 4 5m elevator speech about project in class Feb 8 Speech Generation Overview pdf J M 8 pp 249 50 281 84 TTS history Historical examples Feb 13 Building a TTS System Black Festival Notes Rivka Levitan Project Part 1 TTS assigned Feb 15 Text Normalization J M 8 1 Sproatetal01 Feb 20 Modeling Pronunciation J M 8 2 Ghoshaletal09 Feb 22 Prosody Modeling Hirschberg03 J M 8 3 0 8 3 4 ToBI labeling conventions Download and listen to all the ToBI examples Feb 27 Predicting Prosody from Text J M 8 3 4 8 3 7 Feb 29 Information Status Focus and Given New GBrown83 Prince92 Terken Hirschberg93 Takehome exercises due in class Mar 7 Mar 5 Backend Synthesis and TTS Evaluation pdf J M M 8 4 5 8 6 Tokuda35al02 Project Part 1 due Project Part 2

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  • Daniel J. Hsu | Biosketch
    Computer Science from UC San Diego and a B S in Computer Science and Engineering from UC Berkeley Daniel s research interests are in algorithmic statistics machine learning and privacy His work has produced the first computationally efficient algorithms for numerous statistical estimation tasks including many involving latent variable models such as mixture models hidden Markov models and topic models provided new algorithmic frameworks for tackling interactive machine learning problems

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