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Meeting: IEEE Symposium on Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Analysis
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Meeting: IEEE Symposium on Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Analysis


IEEE-SP International Symposium on

Oct. 25-28, 1994
Adam's Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society

General and Organization Chair
Moeness G. Amin
Villanova University, Dept. of ECE, Villanova, PA 19085

Technical Program Chair
Patrick Flandrin
Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France

Technical Program Committee
Les Atlas (Univ. of Washington), G. Faye Boudreaux-Bartels (Univ. of Rhode
Island), Douglas Jones (Univ. of Illinois), Stephane Mallat (New York
Univ.), Nenad Marinovich (City Univ. of New York), Olivier Rioul (CNET),
Martin Vetterli (Univ. of California)

Meeting Arrangements and Registration
Ralph Nadel, Palisades Institute, Phone: (212) 620-3721

The 1994 IEEE Symposium on Time-Frequency and Time-Scale (Wavelet) Analysis
will be held October 25-28 in the beautiful and historical city of
Philadelphia, PA.

This workshop will consist of a half day of tutorials ("New concepts in
quadratic time-frequency analysis," by Franz Hlawatsch (Univ. of Vienna,
Austria) and "Wavelets and adaptive signal analysis and modeling," by Ahmed
Tewfik (Univ. of Minnesota)), followed by two and half days of technical
sessions (David Donoho (Stanford) will be one keynote speaker).

Papers are solicited for technical sessions on the theory and applications
of time-frequency and time-scale methods which include the following

% Theory and Analysis
- algorithms - linear signal decompositions - multiscale models
- quadratic energy distributions - signal-dependent methods
- time-frequency signal processing - time-frequency localization and filtering
- time-scale signal processing - time-varying spectra
- wavelet transforms and approximations - wavelet and filterbanks
- other (specify)

% Applications
- image processing - manufacturing sensor signal processing
- medical signal processing - music analysis and synthesis
- physics, geophysics, and astronomy - remote sensing
- sonar and radar signal processing - speech and audio - vibration analysis
- other (specify)

Prospective authors are invited to submit 4 copies of extended summaries
of no more than 4 pages for review. The top of the first page of the
summary should include the name, affiliation, and full
address of each author. The author to whom correspondence should be
directed, along with his/her telephone and fax numbers, and complete e-mail
address must be clearly indicated on the cover page.
The authors are asked to indicate one or more of the above categories that
best describe the topic of the paper.

Send papers to Prof. Moeness Amin (address above).


Submission of extended summary May 6, 1994
Notification of acceptance July 3, 1994
Submission of photo-ready paper September 9, 1994
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