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ERIC Number: ED012443
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
Pages: 1
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SPEECH--MAN'S NATURAL COMMUNICATION.
DUDLEY, HOMER; AND OTHERS
SESSION 63 OF THE 1967 INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION BROUGHT TOGETHER SEVEN DISTINGUISHED MEN WORKING IN FIELDS RELEVANT TO LANGUAGE. THEIR TOPICS INCLUDED ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF SPEECH AND LANGUAGE, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE, MAN'S PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS FOR SPEECH, LINGUISTICS, AND TECHNOLOGY AND LANGUAGE. AS THIS SUMMARY OF THEIR REMARKS AND SUBSEQUENT DISCUSSION SHOWS, THE SESSION BROUGHT UP A DIVERSITY OF IDEAS, SPECULATIONS, AND QUESTIONS, ESPECIALLY CONCERNING THE INTERACTION OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY, AND SPEECH. THE PANELISTS BRIEFLY SUMMARIZED RESEARCH IN THEIR FIELDS, EMPHASIZING THOSE PARTICULAR QUESTIONS WHICH WOULD BE OF GREATEST INTEREST TO ENGINEERS. MR. HOMER DUDLEY, INVENTOR OF THE VOCODER, DID THE ORGANIZING WORK AND POSED THE QUESTIONS FOR THE PANEL (WHICH INCLUDED GEORGE A. MILLER, JOSEPH BRAM, FRANKLIN S. COOPER, JOHN LOTZ, AND MANFRED R. SCHROEDER). CHAIRMAN OF THE SESSION WAS LEO L. BERANEK, AND THE MODERATOR WAS J.C.R. LICKLIDER. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE "IEEE SPECTRUM," JUNE 1967, BY THE INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS, 345 EAST 47TH STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10017. (JD)
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Identifiers: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers