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Symposium: Applications of Subbands and Wavelets
 
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A.N. Akansu, New Jersey Institute of Technology
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Subject: Symposium: Applications of Subbands and Wavelets
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Symposium: Applications of Subbands and Wavelets

New Jersey Institute of Technology
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Center for Communications and Signal Processing Research
presents
A One Day Symposium
(3rd in a Series)
on

APPLICATIONS OF SUBBANDS AND WAVELETS
March 18, 1994 (Friday)

Organizing Committee

A.N. Akansu, NJIT
R. Ansari, Bellcore
M.J.T. Smith, Georgia Tech.
R.N. Smith, Rome Labs.
P.P. Vaidyanathan, CalTech
M. Vetterli, Columbia U.

* The theories of subband and wavelet transforms and their linkages have been
extensively studied in the fields of engineering and appplied mathematics.
The advantages of these signal analysis and processing tools have been
utilized in engineering problems of several disciplines. This symposium will
provide the forum for presenting the state-of-the-art and recent technological
advances in this active field.

* This symposium will consist of a set of invited talks and the
presentations of accepted papers. The proceedings of the symposium will be
published and provided to the attendees at the meeting.

* Original and unpublished material of subband and wavelet applications
are solicited for presentation at this symposium. All submissions will be
reviewed.

* Please mail SIX copies of your paper (10 pages maximum)

by OCTOBER 1, 1993
to
A.N. Akansu
NJIT ECE Dept.
University Heights
Newark, NJ 07102 USA

* The authors will be notified of acceptance by DECEMBER 15, 1993.
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