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IEEE International Workshop on
Machine Learning for Signal Processing

September 25-28, 2017  Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan

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Schedule
Paper submissionJune 11, 2017
Paper update deadlineJune 14, 2017
Review notificationJuly 25, 2017
Author rebuttal periodJuly 25-30, 2017
Reviewer discussion periodJuly 30-August 4, 2017
Decision notificationsAugust 7, 2017
Camera-ready paper deadlineAugust 28, 2017
Author advance registrationAugust 28, 2017
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The 27th MLSP workshop in the series of workshops organized by the IEEE Signal Processing Society MLSP Technical Committee will take place at International House of Japan, Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan and present the most recent and exciting advances in machine learning for signal processing through keynote talks, tutorials, as well as special and regular single-track sessions.

The presented papers will be published in and indexed by IEEE Xplore.

MLSP 2017 Best Student Paper Awards go to

Morten Kolbæk, Dong Yu, Zheng-Hua Tan, Jesper Jensen
Joint Separation And Denoising Of Noisy Multi-Talker Speech Using Recurrent Neural Networks And Permutation Invariant Training

Shrikant Venkataramani, Cem Subakan, Paris Smaragdis
Neural Network Alternatives To Convolutive Audio Models For Source Separation

Haruki Mori, Tetsuya Youkawa, Shintaro Izumi, Masahiko Yoshimoto, Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Atsuki Inoue
A Layer-Block-Wise Pipeline For Memory And Bandwidth Reduction In Distributed Deep Learning


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