INTERSTENO - International Federation for Information and Communication Processing

General conferences - Tuesday 25th July - Program

Time Activity
09.00-09.30

INTRODUCTION

Institutional Greetings
Fausto Ramondelli (Italy)

Introduction to the notion of quality diversity
Carlo Eugeni (Italy)

09.30-11.00

QUALITY BY EDUCATION

Different degrees of the sufficient handwriting quality between longhand and stenography
Hans Treschwig (Germany)

The Effect of German Cursive School in Stenography to Japanese, Chinese and Korean Stenography
Tsuguo Kaneko (Japan)

Forming and developing touch typing skills in secondary education in Hungary
Katalin Hajdicsné Dr. Varga (Hungary)

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

11.30-13.00

QUALITY IN RESESARCH ON SHORTHAND

A new Cursive Bilingual Stenography system for English and Japanese for personal use “EPSEMS”
Akihito Hirano (Japan)

The Odyssey Shorthand – about deciphering less widespread systems
Daniele Metilli – Giulia Accetta (Italy)

The shorthand for music and dance – written words remains
Jorge Bravo, Azat Ambartsoumian and Diana Campi (Argentina)

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-15.30

QUALITY IN HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTION

Investigation in the field of Automatic Speech Recognition
Arjan van Hessen (Netherlands)

Quality with Velotype (human & machine)
Wim Gerbecks (Netherlands)

The Michela stenotype system as a useful support to disabled people
Fabio Angeloni & Paolo A. Michela-Zucco (Italy)

15.30-16.00

Coffee break

16.00-18.00

QUALITY IN THE PROFESSION

Quality in the profession of reporting props in the UK
John Vice (United Kingdom)

Quality of Verbatim Reports in Finland
Eero Voutilainen (Finland)

Reporting languages other than English - the case of reporting Welsh at the House of Commons
Owain Wikins (Wales)

What makes a quality transcript in Parliamentary reporting
Tatsuya Kawahara (Japan)