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Andrew Laine, University of Florida.

PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 1992 8:47 pm    
Subject: Call for papers
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Call for papers

Dear Colleagues:

An announcement for papers was made at this summer's
NSF/SIAM wavelet conference for a special issue of
the Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision,
focusing on wavelet theory and applications.

This message is to inform you that the
call for papers has been extended beyond
the initial deadline.


Andrew Laine

Guest Editor,
Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision


EXTENDED DEADLINE: September 15, 1992

Papers focusing on wavelets and their applications including but
not limited to the topics listed below are solicited:

- image pyramids
- frames and overcomplete representations
- multiresolution algorithms
- wavelet-based noise reduction and restoration
- multiscale edge detection
- wavelet texture analysis and segmentation
- wavelet-based fractal analysis
- multiscale random processes
- image representations from wavelet maxima or zero-crossings
- wavelet coding and signal representation
- wavelet theory and multirate filterbanks

The aim of special issue is to emphasize the role of mathematics
as a rigorous basis for imaging science. Emphasis will be
on innovative or established mathematical techniques applied
to vision and imaging problems in a novel way, including
new developments (and problems) in mathematics arising from
these applications. Expository articles, and short
articles (no longer than 10 pages) are also encouraged.
The special issue will be published in early 1993.

Manuscripts should not exceed 30 pages double spaced.
Please submit three copies of your manuscript to:

Professor Andrew Laine
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Computer Science and Engineering Building (CSE)
Room 301
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611

Phone: (904) 392-1239
Fax: (904) 392-1220
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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