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Todd Reed, University of California.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 1992 9:22 pm    
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call for papers

Dear Colleague:

The Society for Information Display will meet in Seattle, Washington on
May 16-21, 1993. The meeting will include many sessions of interest to those
involved in image processing, image compression, and image display. I will be
chairing a session entitled "Wavelets and Local Frequency Representations."
Because of your work in this area, I encourage your contribution to this
session.

I enclose a more complete CALL FOR PAPERS below. I hope you will join us at
what promises to be a relevant and exciting meeting.

If you expect to contribute to the session on "Wavelets and Local Frequency
Representations," or if you need further information, please send me a note at:

Todd R. Reed
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
(916) 752-4720
trreed@ucdavis.edu


CALL FOR PAPERS

SID '93
Society For Information Display (SID)
International Symposium, Seminar And Exhibition

May 16-21, 1993
Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, Washington, USA

Session on

WAVELETS AND LOCAL FREQUENCY REPRESENTATIONS

Session Chair: Todd R. Reed, Univ. of Calif., Davis


The value of the analysis of 1-D phenomena has long been appreciated, in fields
ranging from quantum mechanics to communications. The extension of local
analysis to higher dimensions (2-D and above) has proven valuable in a number
of imaging and computer vision applications, including image segmentation,
enhancement, and coding. There are a variety of representations under
investigation that are suitable as foundations for local analysis. The most
widely known are the class of representations referred to as wavelets. In this
session, we will examine some of the more promising of these representations,
and the applications to which they can be applied.

The following are some other sessions that may be of interest.

SELECTED TOPICS IN IMAGE PROCESSING

SUPER HIGH-DEFINITION IMAGING
Chair: Vasudev Bhaskaran, Hewlett-Packard

IMAGE DATA COMPRESSION
Chair: Ralph Algazi, University of California, Davis

PERCEPTUAL ASPECTS OF IMAGE COMPRESSION
Chair: Andrew B. Watson, NASA Ames Research Center

FIDELITY AND CODING OF IMAGE SEQUENCES
Chair: Stan Klein, University of California, Berkeley

SELECTED TOPICS IN APPLIED VISION

EXTENDING THE DYNAMIC RANGE OF THE DISPLAY
Chair: Eli Peli, Eye Research Institute

IMAGE QUALITY METRICS
Chair: Jeffrey Lubin, David Sarnoff Research Center
Co-Chair: Al Ahumada, NASA Ames Research Center

DIGITAL TYPOGRAPHY
Chair: Avi Naiman, University of Rochester

AVIONIC DISPLAYS
Chair: Brian Tsou, U.S. Air Force

WHERE TO SUBMIT ABSTRACTS:
Send one copy of your abstract and technical summary to:
Beth Akers (SID'93)
Asst. Conference Coordinator
Palisades Institute for Research Services
201 Varick St., Suite 1140,
New York, NY 10014
212/620-3375 (Fax:620-3379)

DEADLINES and KEY DATES:
* Abstract/Summary............Nov. 30, 1992
* Acceptance/Notification.....Jan. 22, 1993
* Paper Submission............Mar. 15, 1993

FORMAT OF SUBMISSIONS:
Please submit your double-spaced 35-50 word abstract and
technical summary on one side of 8.5 x 11 in. pages. The
following format needs to be adhered to:
Page 1: paper title and abstract
Page 2-5: technical summary (including objective,
background, results, impact, references). Four-Page maximum.
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