Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing Newsletter, IEEE

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Nominations are solicited from members of the ASSP Society for the 1979 awards to be presented at the 1980 ICASSP in Denver, Colorado. The awards and their associated criteria follow. ASSP Society Award: To honor a person who has made outstanding technical contributions in a field within the scope of the Society and who has provided outstanding leadership in that field. Technical Achievement Award: To honor a person who, over a period of yeqrs, has made outstanding technical contributions within the scope of the Society as documented by publications or patents. Senior Award: To honor a person who is an author of a paper (published in the year ending June 1979) of exceptional technical scope, and appearing in the Society's TRANSACTIONS, irrespective of the author's age. ASSP Paper Award: To honor a person who is the author of an especially meritorious paper (ptwlished in the year ending June 1979) dealing with a subject related to the Society's technical scope appearing in the Society's TRANSACTIONS; and who upon data of submission of the paper shall be less than 30 years of age. Meritorious Service Award: To honor a person on the basis of significant contributions to the Society's efforts.
 
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ASSP Society for the 1980 awards to be presented at the 1981 ICASSP in Atlanta, Georgia. The awards and their associated criteria follow. Nominations are solicited from members of the ASSP Society Award: To honor a person who has made outstanding technical contributions in a field within the scope of the Society and who has provided outstanding leadership in that field. Technical Achievement Award: To honor a person who, over a period of years, has made outstanding technical contributions within the scope of the Society as documented by publications or patents. Senior Award: To honor a person who is an author of a paper (published i n the year ending June 1980) of exceptional merit dealing with a subject related t o the Society's technical scope, and appearing Sn the Society's TRANSACTIONS, irrespective of the author's age. ASSP Paper Award: To honor a person who is the author of an especially meritorious paper (published in the year ending June 1980) dealing with a subject related-to the Society's technical scope appearing in the Society's TRANSACTIONS; and who upon date of submission of the paper was less than 30 years of age. Meritorious Service Award: To honor a person on the basis of significant contributions to the Society's efforts.
 
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Nominations are solicited from members of the ASSP Society for the 1981 awards to be presented at the 1982 ICASSP in Paris, France. The awards and their associated criteria follow. ASSP Society Award: To honor a person who has made outstanding technical contributions in a field within the scope of the Society and who has provided outstanding leadership in that field. Technical Achievement Award: To honor a person who, over a period of years, has made uutstanding technical contributions within the scope of the Society as documented by publications or patents. Senior Award: To honor a person who is an author of a paper (published in the year ending June 1981) of exceptional merit dealing with a subject related to the Society's technical scope, and appearin~ in the Society's TRANSACTIONS, irrespective of the author's age. ASSP Paper Award: To honor a person who is the author of an especially meritorious paper (published in the year ending June 1981) dealing with a subject related to the Society's technical scope appearing in the Society's TRANSACTIONS; and who upon date of submission of the paper was less than 30 years of age. Meritorious Service Award: To honor a person on the basis of significant contributions to the Society's efforts.
 
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The art of sound recording in the motion picture field had reached a high professional status before magnetic recording began to receive consideration bythe radio and television industries. This articIe reviews this status and discusses the relative merits of 35-mm sprocket-hole film and inch tape with respect to the requirements of the motion picture industry. The article traces the applications of the magnetic recording medium to single-track, multi-track and stereophonic recording, including composite magnetic sound and picture film. The discussion includes a description of the associated apparatus and i t s conformity to the established practices of the industry.
 
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