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Special Issue IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing
 
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Martin Vetterli, Columbia University New York.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 1992 1:00 pm    
Subject: Special Issue IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing
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Call for Papers for a Special Issue of the IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing
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``WAVELETS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING''

A special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing will be
dedicated to the subject of wavelets and their applications in signal
processing. Original unpublished research papers are sought in this area
(a list of suggested topics is provided below).
The special issue should be oriented towards signal processing applications,
and provide a picture of the state of the art. Thus tutorial papers
will be considered as well. Papers comparing wavelet based with more
classical techniques are also encouraged.
Papers talking about the application of wavelets should emphasize what
a wavelet based approach has to offer over a traditional one.

Topics include but are not limited to:

Theory of wavelets and related techniques

- computation of the wavelet transform and its approximation
- wavelets and wavelet packets
- continuous wavelet transforms and frames
- approximation using wavelets
- multiresolution techniques
- perfect reconstruction filter banks and regularity
- multiscale difference equations

Wavelets and signal analysis

- signal analysis using wavelets and filter banks
- time-frequency and time-scale representation of signals
- statistical signal analysis using multiscale methods
- multiscale signal modeling

Wavelets and signal compression

- subband coding and generalizations
- multidimensional wavelets and filter banks for image and video coding
- quantization and entropy coding in subband decompositions
- multiscale difference equations in speech and image coding

New applications

- signal restoration using wavelets
- signal reconstruction based on wavelet decompositions
- fast multiscale algorithms
- wavelets in Medical Imaging
- signal separation via wavelet techniques

Prospective authors should follow the regular guidelines of the
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, except that they should forward 5
copies of the manuscript to one of the guest editors listed below. The
deadline for submission is Sept. 1 1992, and early submission is
encouraged. The special issue will appear in the summer of 1993.

Guest editors:

P.Duhamel Patrick Flandrin
CNET/PAB/RPE Ecole Normale superieure de Lyon
38-40 Rue du General Leclerc Laboratoire de Physique (URA1325 CNRS)
F-92131 Issy-les-Moulineaux 46 allee d'italie 69364 Lyon Cedex 07
France France
Tel (33) 1 4529 44 38 Tel (33) 72 72 81 60
Fax (33) 1 4529 60 52 fax (33) 72 72 80 80
email duhamel@balsa.cnet-pab.fr email flandrin@frensl61.bitnet

Takao Nishitani Ahmed H. Tewfik
C&C Systems Research Labs. Department of Electrical Engineering
NEC Corporation Univ. of Minnesota
1-1, Miyazaki-4, Miyamae-Ku Room 4-178 EE/CSci. Bldg.
Kawasaki, 216, Japan Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
Tel (81) 44 856 2118 Tel (1) 612 625-6024
Fax (81) 44 856 2232 Fax (1) 612 625-4583
email takao@TSL.CL.NEC.CO.JP email: tewfik@ee.umn.edu

M.Vetterli
Dept. of EE and CTR
Columbia University
500 W 120th Street
New York, NY10027-6699, USA
Tel (1) 212 854 3109
Fax (1) 212 932 9421
email martin@ctr.columbia.edu
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