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Advanced Conference Program: SPIE93

Conference on Mathematical Imaging:
Wavelet Applications in Signal and Image Processing

Part of SPIE's 1993
International Symposium on Optical and Applied Science and Engineering,
San Diego Marriot Hotel & Marina and San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA

Two Days: July 15 and 16, 1993

General Chair: Andrew Laine, University of Florida, Gainesville
Email: Laine@cis.ufl.edu

Program Committee: Alan C. Bovik, Univeristy of Texas, Austin
Charles K. Chui, Texas A&M University
Bjorn Jawerth, University of South Carolina
Arun Kumar, Southwestern Bell Technology Resources
Jorge L. C. Sanz, IBM Almaden Research Center
Steven L. Tanimoto, University of Washington
Michael A. Unser, National Institutes of Health


Day 1 - Thursday, July 15.

9:00 Keynote Address Ronald Coifman (40 minutes)
Yale University
"Adapted waveform analysis, wavelet packets, and LCT as a
tool for signal and image processing"

9:40 Session 1. MATHEMATICAL DEVELOPMENTS.
Ronald Coifman, chair

Irregular periodic sampling of images and their derivatives
M.Zibulski, V.A.Segalescu and Y.Y.Zeevi
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Construction of wavelet analysis over Abelian groups
M. Holschneider, Ctr. de Physique Theorique Luminy, France
Generalized sampling theory and applications to
multiresolutions and Wavelets of L2
Akram Aldroubi, Michael Unser, National Institutes of Health

10:40 - 11:00am Coffee Break (20 minutes)

Signal extrapolation based on Wavelet representation
Xiang-Gen Xia, C.-C.Jay Kuo and Zhen Zhang
University of Southern California
An extension to the karhunen-loeve transform for wavelet and perfect
reconstruction filterbanks
Michael Unser, National Institutes of Health

11:40 Lunch Break (100 minutes)

1:20 Session 2. MEDICAL IMAGING.
Steven Tanimoto, chair

A Multiscale Method for tomographic reconstruction
M. Bhatia, W.C. Karl, A.S. Willsky,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fast Updating in MRI via Wavelet localization
T. Olson, J. Weaver, D. Healy and J. DeStefano
Department of Mathematics, Dartmouth College
Local Inversion of the Radon transform in even dimensions using
wavelets"
David Walnut, Mathematics Dept, George Mason University.
C.A. Berenstein, Univ. of Maryland/College Park

2:20 Session 3. MULTISCALE EDGE DETECTION.
Bjorn Jawerth, chair

Edge localization in images by Wavelet transform
M. Sun C.C. Li and R.J. Sclabassi
Presbyterian-Univ. Hospital and University of Pittsburgh
Recognition of 2-D objects from the wavelet transform
zero-crossing representation
W. Boles, Q.M. Tieng Queensland Univ. of Technology, Austrailia
A non-orthogonal wavelet edge detector with four filter-coefficients
H.J. Kim and C.C. Li University of Pittsburgh

3:20 Coffee Break (20 minutes)

3:40 Session 4. GABOR TRANSFORMS AND APPLICATIONS.
Alan Bovik, chair

Gabor-wavelet pyramid for the extraction of image flow
V.C. Chen, Naval Research Laboratory
T.R. Tsao, Vitro Corporation
Selecting the projection functions used in an Iterative
Gabor Expansion
R.N. Braithwaite,University of California at Riverside
M.P. Beddoes, University of British Columbia
Selection of multiresolution features
M.M. Rizki, Wright State University
M.A. Zmuda, L.A.Tamburino,Wright-Patterson AFB
The Gabor transform: theory and computation
J.Yao, University of Massachusetts at Lowell

5:00 Session 5. IMAGE FUSION.
Michael Unser, chair

Wavelet multiresolution image fusion
A.E. Iverson, Science Applications International Corporation
Efficient data fusion using wavelet transforms: the case of
SPOT satellite images
T. Ranchin, Centre D'energetique-Groupe
Teledetection & Modelisation
A multiresolution image registration procedure using spline pyramids
M. Unser, A. Aldroubi and C.R. Gerfen
National Institutes of Health

DAY 2 - Friday, July 16

8:20am Session 6. IMAGE COMPRESSION AND CODING.
Bjorn Jawerth, chair

Embedded image coding using zerotrees of wavelet coefficients
J.M. Shapiro, David Sarnoff Research Center
High rate image compression using spline-wavelet packets
Q. Liu, A.K. Chan, C.K. Chui, E. Pettit, and D. Rhiness
Texas A&M University
Local cosine transform: A method for the reduction of the blocking
effect in JPEG.
G. Aharoni, A. Averbuch, Tel Aviv University, Israel
R. Coifman, Yale University
M. Israeli, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
Lattice quantization in the wavelet domain
W.C. Powell, Multimidia Systems Group, Microsoft Corp.
S.G. Wilson, University of Virginia
Optimal thresholding in wavelet image compression
J.B. Borger, F.O.Zeppenfeldt
National Aerospace Laboratory, the Nethelands
A. Koppes, University of Nijmegen, Nethelands
Wavelet and subband coding of images: a comparative study
F. Hartung, Institute for Communication Engineering, Germany
J.H. Husoy, Rogaland University Center, Norway

10:20 Coffee break

10:40 Session 7. TEXTURE ANALYSIS AND SEGMENTATION.
Michael Unser, chair

Wavelets for segmentation based image compression
B. Deng, B. Jawerth and Wim Sweldens
University of South Carolina
Texture segmentation using wavelet packets
Y. Lin, T. Chang and C.-C.J. Kuo
University of South California
Edge preserved image smoothing and Segmentation by using wavelet
A. Laine and S. Song, University of Florida

11:40 Lunch break (80 minutes)

1:00pm Sessions 8. FRAMES and OVERCOMPLETE REPRESENTATIONS.
Charles Chui, chair

Matrix approach to frame analysis of Gabor-type image representation
M. Zibulski, Y.Y. Zeevi
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Local frames
A. Teolis, J.J. Benedetto, University of Maryland
Portraits of frames: overcomplete representations with applications
to image processing
A. Aldroubi, National Institutes of Health

2:00 Session 9. HIGH-SPEED PROCESSING.
Jorge L. C. Sanz, chair

A perfectly invertible, fast, and complete wavelet transform for
finite length sequences: the discrete periodic wavelet transform
N. Getz, University of California Berkeley
Fast orthogonal transform algorithms for multiresolution time-
sequency signal decomposition and processing
A. Drygajlo, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
High-performance wavelet engine
F.Taylor, J.Mellot, E.Strom, I.Koran, University of Florida
M.Lewis, The Athena Group Inc.
Optical Harr wavelet transform for image features extraction
Y. Yan, W. Wang, Z. Wen and M. Wu
Tsinghua University, P.R.China

3:20 Coffee break (20 minutes)

3:40 Session 10. NOISE REDUCTION AND TRANSIENT DETECTION.
Alan Bovik, chair

Detection of signal in noise using wavelet receiver
Y.C. Chen, Naval Research Laboratory
Identification of transients in noisy series
R. Carmona, University of California at Irvine
Detection of anomalies in an image wavelet analysis
M. Allam, J. Zhang, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

4:40 Session 11. FEATURE DETECTION IN RADAR AND RADIO SIGNALS.
Arun Kumar, chair

Application of wavelet analysis to radar resolution performance
C.C. Sung, University of Alabama in Huntsville
W. Friday, U.S. Army Missile Command RD&E Center
G.A. Larson, Nichols Research Crop.
Quantifying features in the dynamic spectra of radio pulsars:
localization of fringes using a 2-d Wavelet transform
R.S. Foster, Naval Research Laboratory
Speckle reduction in synthetic aperture radar imagery using wavelet
T. Ranchin,
Centre D'energetique-Groupe Teledetection & Modelisation

STANDBY PAPER: included in the proceeding, but may not be presented:
Wavelet packets algorithm and its application in signal Detection
Guanghui Zhang, Huazhong Univernity, P.R.China.
Zailu Huang, Institute of Automation, P.R.China.

For additional information please contact:
SPIE, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, WA 98227-0010
Telephone: (206) 676-3290 Telex: 46-7053
Telefax: (206) 647-1445; OPTO-LINK (206) 733-2998
Internet: donnar@mom.spie.org or
laine@cis.ufl.edu
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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