Citation of Speech Prosody papers is very slightly non-standard, in that, during publication, each paper has been treated as if it were a separate volume. Thus, for example,
- Adams, TM (2010), ``Prosodic Transfer and Phonological Learning in a Second Language Fluent Speech Segmentation Task,'' Speech Prosody 2010 100120:1-4, ISBN:978-0-557-51931-6
If the journal to which you are submitting supports URLs, you may cite the internet dissemination page, e.g.,
- Michelas, A and M D'Imperio, ``Accentual Phrase boundaries and lexical access in French,'' Speech Prosody 2010 100882:1-4, downloaded May 26, 2010 from http://www.speechprosody2010.illinois.edu/papers/100882.pdf.
Poster boards at Speech Prosody 2010 will be 120cm (48in) wide, 90cm (36in) high, slightly larger than ISO-216 Landscape A0 format.
Oral presentations may be presented on your laptop or ours. Presenters should arrive at the session ten minutes prior to session start time, in order to check presentation clarity.
In order to be published in the proceedings, manuscripts must be submitted in PDF format matching the ISCA/INTERSPEECH conference publication standards. Manuscripts failing to meet ISCA standards will not be included in the conference CDROM.
Speech Prosody 2010 Review Summary
Review for Speech Prosody 2010 is now complete. Review criteria for each class of paper were as follows:
- Papers in special sessions were each reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers. Reviewers saw the full four-page manuscript. Manuscripts were accepted by invitation of the session chair. 20 papers were accepted to special sessions.
- Papers in poster sessions were each reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers. Reviewers saw the full four-page manusccript. 282 manuscripts were submitted to the regular review process, of which 246 (87.2%) were accepted for publication in the Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2010.
- Papers in oral sessions were each reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers. Reviewers saw the full four-page manusccript. 282 manuscripts were submitted to the regular review process, of which 35 (12.4%) were accepted for oral presentation.
Manuscripts were reviewed on the basis of:
- Originality: Paper describes original results, or original analysis of previously published results.
- Significance: Results and analysis are of potential interest to others working in the field of speech prosody.
- Correctness: Derivations and algorithms are correct. If the paper includes any results or analysis previously published by this or any other author, the boundary between published and novel work is clearly delimited by appropriate citation.
- Clarity: Motivation, methods, results, and analysis are clear.