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Meeting: Wavelets and large-scale image processing
 
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M. K. Kwong, Argonne National Laboratory, kwong@mcs.anl.gov
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Meeting: Wavelets and large-scale image processing

WAVELETS AND LARGE-SCALE IMAGE PROCESSING

October 21 -- 22, 1994

MCS, Argonne National Laboratory
Dept of Maths, Stat & CS, U. of Illinois at Chicago

(Partially sponsored by the Institute for Mathematics and
Applications, Minneapolis, MN)


Purpose:
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together leaders in
wavelet theory and different aspects (methods and applications,
academia and industry) of very large scale image processing:

o to present the current state of the art in applying wavelet
theory to image processing,

o to explore the application of large-scale scientific
computation, especially massively parallel supercomputers

o to process and compress huge image data,

o to investigate new challenges demanded by new technologies
in medical imaging, HDTV, virtual reality, multimedia, 3D
images, etc.

The expectation is that new research ideas, motivation, appli-
cations, and collaboration will be generated by this meeting.

Location:
The meeting will be held in the Mathematics and Computer Science
Division, Argonne National Laboratory.

Partial List of Speakers:
Dr. David Colella, the MITRE Corporation
Dr. Peter Heller, Aware, Inc.
Professor Maryellen L. Giger, University of Chicago
Dr. Guy Nason, University of Bristol
Professor Gilbert Strang, MIT
Professor Gilbert Walter, University of Wisconsin
Professor Victor Wickerhauser, University of Washington

Contributed talks:
We will accommodate a limited number of contributed talks of 20
minutes each. Please send title and a 1-page abstract before 10/1.

Registration Fee:
Prepaid: 80 (refreshments, Saturday lunch, proceedings)
After 10/15: 100
(Speakers will be reimbursed.)


Organizers: Dr. Man K. Kwong kwong@mcs.anl.gov (708) 252-7486
Dr. P.T. Peter Tang tang@mcs.anl.gov Fax: (708) 252-5986
MCS, Argonne National Laboratory

Prof. Tom Bielecki tomasz.bielecki@uic.edu (312) 996-0752
Prof. Stephen S.T. Yau stephen.s.yau@uic.edu (312) 996-3065
Dept of Maths, Stat & CS, U. of Illinois at Chicago
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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