List of Accepted Papers (after Revision):

 

Manuscript No.

Name of Paper

Authors

Affiliation Institute

email id

Mode of Presentation

101

A STATISTICAL STUDY ON MUSICAL EMOTION

Poonam Priyadarshini, Soubhik Chakraborty

BIT Mesra

soubhikc@yahoo.co.in

Oral

104

A STUDY ON THE SPECTRAL FEATURES OF EDAKKA

Nishanth. P, K. M. Udayanandan

Kannur University & Nehru Arts and Science College

mailnishanthp@yahoo.com

Oral

105

EVALUATION OF AUDITORY STREAM SEGREGATION IN SINGERS AND NON-SINGERS

Zohra Nafees Ghori, Namitha Jain, Kavitha Janardhan, and Prashanth Prabhu

AIISH, Mysore

zohraghori569@gmail.com

Oral

108

PERCEPTUAL DISCRIMINATION OF TONE QUALITY ASSOCIATED WITH SITAR JAWARI

Mansoor Khan, Preeti Rao

IIT, Bombay

mansoor.aiesec@gmail.com

Oral

112

VISUAL AND AUDITORY WORKING MEMORY IN STUDENTS OF INDIAN AND WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC

Varsha Krishna, Amuna Dangi & Indira C. P.

JSS Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore

krishnavarsha1997@gmail.com

Oral

114

DISCRIMINATION OF SITAR AND TABLA STROKES IN INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTS USING SPECTRAL FEATURES

Dhanvini Gudi, Vinutha T.P. and Preeti Rao

IIT, Bombay

vinutha153@gmail.com

Oral

116

Anomaly Detection in Speech Signals using VariationalAutoEncoder

Arpan Jain, Anupam Shukla

IIITM, GWALIOR

arpan.jain1405@gmail.com

Oral

117

MENTAL HEALTH AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL (PsyCap) IN CARNATIC SINGERS

Akshaya Rangarajan, Jasmine Lydia & Priscilla Rose Selvaraj

Madras ENT Research Foundation  &Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene. Texas, USA

akshayarangarajan007@gmail.com

Oral

120

IMITATE OR RECALL: HOW DO MUSICIANS  PERFORM RAGA PHRASES?

Kaustuv Kanti Ganguli and Preeti Rao

IIT, Bombay

kaustuvkanti@ee.iitb.ac.in

Oral

122

ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF VOICE IN SWIMMERS

Reuben. T. Varghese,** Meenu George, **Jesica George

AIISH, Mysore

reuben_aslp@yahoo.com

Oral

125

VOICE CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTO DRIVERS

Irfana, M.,1 & Sanil, S.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, Madhya Pradesh

fanairfana@gmail.com

Oral

128

DISTINGUISHING STYLES OF MAESTROS OF HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL MUSIC FROM MELODIC CONTOUR

AnirbanPatranabis, Kaushik Banerjee, RanjanSengupta, Dipak Ghosh

Sir C V Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University

anir.thikana@gmail.com

Oral

129

DO TRADITIONAL ARABIC MUSIC AND HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL MUSIC HAVE SAME ROOT?

Archi Bhattacharya and Debesh Kumar Das

Jadavpur University

archi.roon@gmail.com

Oral

132

PERTURBATION MEASURES OF VOICE IN ELDERLY SUBJECTS PRACTICING YOGA

Narasimhan. S. V, Karunarathne W.G.S.S, Thilakarathna T.A.S.S, Ranasinghe H.D.I and Jisha Susan Varghese

Samvaad Institute of Speech & Hearing, bangalore

narasimhanslp@gmail.com

Oral

139

Identification of Odia Dialects using Kernels of SVM

Basanta Kumar Swain1, Sanghamitra Mohanty

Government College of Engineering, Kalahandi, Bhawanipatna and  Utkal University, Bhuvaneswar

technobks@yahoo.com

Oral

140

ACOUSTICAL & PERCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF VOCAL PROFILE OF PROFESSIONAL AND NON-PROFESSIONAL SINGERS

MAYANK SHARMA , PARUL SONKAR , RITIKA KHOKHAR , HIMANSHU VERMA , DIVYA CHAUHAN

ASHTVAKRA INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES & RESEARCH

himanshu.v.91@gmail.com

Oral

143

Consonant Perception in noise-comparison between White noise and real world noise tasks

Rudrasis Swain,  Suresh Thontadarya,, Mrinal Sinha, Anubhuti Behera and Nitish

Bangalore University, samvaad Institute of speech and Hearing, Bangalore, IIIRS Bhuvaneswar

s.audioprojects@gmail.com

Oral

144

A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF REDUPLICATED AND VARIEGATED BABBLING IN TYPICALLY DEVELOPING INFANTS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY

N. Sreedevi and Jyothi.S

AIISH, Mysore

srij_01@yahoo.co.in

Oral

145

A HYBRID APPROACH TO NEURAL NETWORKS BASED SPEECH SEGMENTATION

Arun Baby, Jeena J Prakash, and Hema A Murthy

IIT, MADRAS

arunbaby@cse.iitm.ac.in

Oral

146

EFFECT OF COMPRESSION RATIO ON PERCEPTION OF TIME COMPRESSED PHONEMICALLY BALANCED WORDS IN TELUGU

Shoban Banoth, Madhu Sudhan B M, Jeevan G, and Prashanth Prabhu

AIISH, Mysore

prashanth.audio@gmail.com

Oral

147

ELECTOGLOTTOGRAPHY AND BODY MASS INDEX: A CORRELATION STUDY

Deepa Anand AND Rajasudhakar, R

AIISH, Mysore

deepa.anand26@gmail.com

Oral

148

AUTOMATIC SPOKEN LANGUAGE IDENTIFICATION FOR INDIAN LANGUAGES USING RELATIVE ABUNDANCE MODEL (RAM)

Suparna Panchanan, Arup Saha and Asoke Kr. Datta

RERF, Barrackpore, C-DAC, kolkata, BOM Charitable Trust, Kolkata

suparna_mou2k@yahoo.co.in

Oral

149

MUSIC OF BRAIN AND MUSIC ON BRAIN: A NOVEL EEG SONIFICATION APPROACH

Sayan Nag, Shankha Sanyal, Archi Banerjee, Ranjan Sengupta and Dipak Ghosh

Sir C V Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University

ssanyal.sanyal2@gmail.com

Oral

150

NEUROAESTHETIC STUDY ON THE ASSOCIATION OF 'RASA'S AND COLORS IN HUMAN BRAIN IN PERSPECTIVE OF INDIAN CLASSICAL DANCE: DO EMOTIONS NEED A NEW GOVERNING PARADIGM?

Anuradha Roy, Souparno Roy, Dipak Ghosh

Sir C V Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University, Rabindra Bharati university

thesouparnoroy@gmail.com

Oral

151

A NONLINEAR STUDY ON THE TIMBRE DEPENDENCE OF EMOTION

Archi Banerjee, Shankha Sanyal,  Ranjan Sengupta and Dipak Ghosh

Sir C V Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University

archibanerjee7@gmail.com

Oral

115

ADAPTATION AND VALIDATION OF TAMIL VERSION OF SINGING VOICE HANDICAP INDEX – 10 (TSVHI-10)

Akshaya Rangarajan, Divya. P. S & Jasmine Lydia

Madras ENT Research Foundation

akshayarangarajan007@gmail.com

Oral

118

RELIABILITY OF ACOUSTIC PERCEPTION OF TABLA STROKES IN DETERMINING THEIR QUALITY

Snehesh Nag, Rohit M A, and Preeti Rao

IIT, Bombay

nagsnehesh@gmail.com

Oral

124

VOICE CHARACTERISTICS OF WIND INSTRUMENTS USERS

Irfana, M.,1 Rhydhm, G.,2 & Vivek, B.2

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, Madhya Pradesh

fanairfana@gmail.com

Oral

134

ACOUSTIC AND PERCEPTUAL VOCAL PROFILE OF NON- PROFFESIONAL BAND MASTERS

RAHUL BHAGAT , ISHITA KAPOOR , NITIN DOGRA , HIMANSHU VERMA , DIVYA CHAUHAN

ASHTVAKRA INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES & RESEARCH

himanshu.v.91@gmail.com

Oral

109

DIURNAL CHANGES IN AUDITORY CLOSURE ABILITIES IN MORNING-TYPE AND EVENING-TYPE INDIVIDUALS WITH NORMAL HEARING

Jesteena Joy, Anaswara Prasannan,Akhila Chandrashekhar and PrashanthPrabhu P

AIISH, Mysore

akhilachand@gmail.com

Poster

110

SEMANTIC PRIMING VERSUS ASSOCIATION PRIMING: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION

Akhila Chandrashekhar and Abhishek B.P

AIISH, Mysore

akhilachand@gmail.com

Poster

123

LONG TERM COARTICULATION OF NASAL VOWELS

Irfana, M.,1 & Sabarish, A

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College and  JSS institute of speech and hearing, Dharward, Karnataka

fanairfana@gmail.com

Poster

136

Study of Speech recognition grammar specification of W3C and draft implementation for Indian language: Hindi as a case study

Madhu Devi

IIIT, Kalyani

madhu@iiitkalyani.ac.in

Poster

137

PITCH PERCEPTION IN SINGERS

DEEPANSULI JASWAL , YOSHITA SHARMA , HIMANSHU SHRIWAL , HIMANSHU VERMA , JYOTI SHAH

ASHTVAKRA INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES & RESEARCH

himanshu.v.91@gmail.com

Poster

141

TRANSPOSED PRIMING LETTER’S EFFECT IN CHILDREN LEARNING CLASSICAL MUSIC

NITIKA BAHUGUNA , SIRSHTI SINGH, MUKUL DAHIYA, DIVYA CHAUHAN , HIMANSHU VERMA

ASHTVAKRA INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES & RESEARCH

himanshu.v.91@gmail.com

Poster

107

A STATISTICAL PEEK INTO SOME POPULAR COMPOSITIONS OF A.R. RAHMAN

Apoorva Nanda, Deepshikha Sinha and Soubhik Chakraborty

BIT Mesra

soubhikc@yahoo.co.in

Poster

106

A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SOME RAGAS OF THE KALYAN THAAT

1Pranjala Shukla,1Rushali Gupta and 2*Soubhik Chakraborty

BIT Mesra

soubhikc@yahoo.co.in

Poster

111

SELECTIVE ATTENTION ABILITY IN ALCOHOLICS AND NON ALCOHOLICS

Akhila Chandrashekhar and Abhishek B.P

AIISH, Mysore

akhilachand@gmail.com

Poster

119

ROLE OF SCIENCE AND SOCIETY ON THE STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF TABLĀ

Soumen Mukherjee

Rabindra  Bharati University

tablavadak@gmail.com

Poster

121

ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF VOICE IN CARPENTERS

Reuben. T. Varghese, Meethu George, Vyshna Babu T

AIISH, Mysore

reuben_aslp@yahoo.com

Poster

126

EFFECT OF SINGING TRAINING IN GERIATRIC VOICE

Irfana, M.,1 & Trupti, L. B.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, Madhya Pradesh

fanairfana@gmail.com

Poster

127

EFFECT OF VOCAL LOADING ON ACOUSTIC VOICE PARAMETERS IN VEDA LEARNERS

Nagashreeya. D and Narasimhan. S. V.,

JSS Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore & Samvaad Institute of Speech & Hearing, Bangalore

nagashreya94@gmail.com

Poster

130

HOW DO MIND AND BODY RESPOND TO HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL MUSIC? A NOVEL CORRELATION STUDY

Uddalok Sarkar, Soumyadeep Pal, Sayan Nag, Shankha Sanyal, Archi Banerjee, Ranjan Sengupta and Dipak Ghosh2

Sir C V Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University

ssanyal.sanyal2@gmail.com

Poster

133

CEPSTRAL MEASURES IN ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS PRACTICING YOGA

Narasimhan. S. V, Karunarathne W.G.S.S, Thilakarathna T.A.S.S, Ranasinghe H.D.I and Jisha Susan Varghese

Samvaad Institute of Speech & Hearing, bangalore

narasimhanslp@gmail.com

Poster

135

FEATURES FOR STYLE IDENTIFICATION OF HINDUSTANI MUSICIANS

Kaushik Banerjee, Anirban Patranabis, Ranjan Sengupta, Dipak Ghosh

Sir C V Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University

sitarkaushik@gmail.com

Poster

138

AUDITORY WORKING MEMORY: MUSICIANS VERSUS NON MUSICIANS

AMULYA KUMARI , NITIN DOGRA , DIVYA RANA , , HIMANSHU VERMA , JYOTI SHAH

ASHTVAKRA INSTITUTE OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES & RESEARCH

himanshu.v.91@gmail.com

Poster

142

Temporal Fine Structure Perception in Elderly and its relation to Speech Perception in Noise

Rudrasis Swain,  Suresh Thontadarya, Simon Chimmentera, Mrinal Sinha, Prajna Bhat J and Avinash Krishnamurthy

Bangalore University, samvaad Institute of speech and Hearing, Bangalore, IIIRS Bhuvaneswar

s.audioprojects@gmail.com

Poster

 

 

 

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