Please do not use large amounts of text on your slides, instead, use your slides to present examples.
Please use your time to focus on explaining , using examples wherever possible, and avoid giving too much background information on Speaker Identification and Verification (SIV), and biometrics in general.
There will be an overview of "SIV in VoiceXML 3.0" during the introduction session, so you should concentrate specifically on the requirements for extensions to the requirements for VoiceXML 3.0 that need to be addressed and give detailed examples.
Attendees have read the presentations and position papers before arriving at the conference because all the presentations are collected and published on the Workshop site.
Allowed formats are (valid) HTML/XHTML, PDF or plain text.
Please use large enough fonts so that all the attendees can identify all the contents. The workshop organizer would ask you to enlarge your presentation if the fonts are not large enough.
Because this is an international workshop and the attendees are not necessarily native English speakers, please talk loud and clear.
30 minutes are assigned for your oral presentation. There will be a separate time slot for discussion.
Please sign in at the reception desk, get your name tag and let the organizer know which you prefer to use your own PC or the organizer's PC.
333 Ravenswood Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025-3493
Note. Please see also the logistics page for the details on the meeting room.
The workshop organizer will provide following facilities for your presentations at the venue.
The Call for Participation, the Logistics, and the Agenda are also available on the W3C Web server.
Judith Markowitz, Ken Rehor and Kazuyuki Ashimura, Workshop co-Chairs
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