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Special Issue: International Journal of Optical Computing
 
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Yehoshua Zeevi, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
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Special Issue: International Journal of Optical Computing

Call for Papers

Special Issue of the

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OPTICAL COMPUTING

Recent advances in mathematical theory related to the representation of signals
and images by Wavelet-type or Gabor-type functions has generated significant
interest in application of waveforms that are localized in both space and
frequency to signal and image processing, pattern recognition, data compression
and analysis of phenomena exhibted by PDE. Optical methods have also been
considered as a viable means to accelerate the computations required in such
applications by capitalizing on its inherent processing paralellism. The inten-
tion of this special issue is to bring together updated research results and to
look into possible future directions in the area of optical processing based on
the limited extent waveforms, such as using the Gabor and Wavelet transforms,
and other related methods. Both theoretical and and experimental studies in the
algorithms/architecture developments, supporting new material and device con-
cepts, as well as system applications are welcome.

To well present the state-of-the-art in theory, implementation, of the wavelets
and related concepts, we solicit contributions of papers describing original
work. The special issue is scheduled for publication in Novemeber 1993. The
deadline for submission is April 29.

Guest Editors

Yao Li Yehoshua Y. Zeevi
NEC Research Institute Department of Electrical Engineering
Physical Sciences Division Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
4 Independence Way Technion City, Haifa 32000
Princeton, NJ 08540, USA Israel

Tel. (609) 951-2623 Tel. 972 4 294728
FAX (609) 951-2496 FAX 972 4 323041
e-mail yao@research.nj.nec.com e-mail zeevi@ee.technion.ac.il
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