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Last Updated: 20051005, mei

Sunday, October 9, 9:00 am — 12:00 pm

W10 - Next Generation Audio Communications

Gerald Schuller, Fraunhofer IDMT and Ilmenau University of Technology - Ilmenau, Germany
Bernd Edler, University of Hannover - Germany
Roch Lefebvre, University of Sherbrooke
Manfred Lutzki, Fraunhofer IIS
Gregory Pallone, France Telekom
Lucas Parra, City University of New York
Sean Ramprashad, NTT Docomo Labs
Greg Shay, Telos Systems
Thomas Sporer, Fraunhofer IDMT, Germany

High quality audio communications is becoming interesting and important in a variety of applications. Examples are high quality video conferencing, increasingly also with multichannel capability, or even wave field synthesis technology; applications with next generation wireless networks like UMTS or 3GPP, 3GPP2; in-studio communications, musicians playing together over long distances, or wireless connections of speakers or microphones. In all those applications a very low end-to-end processing and transmission delay is important, such that traditional audio coders, for instance, cannot be used. This Workshop will provide an overview over the state-of-the-art of existing technologies and give an insight about possible future developments, by bringing together leading experts in this promising new field.

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