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Meeting: IEEE-EMBS Workshop on Wavelets in Medicine and Biology
 
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Meeting: IEEE-EMBS Workshop on Wavelets in Medicine and Biology

The IEEE-EMBS Workshop on Wavelets in Medicine and Biology within
the 16th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS will be held on
November 1-2, 1994, in Baltimore, Maryland. If you want to register, please
send an e-mail to wavelet@popserver.nih.gov and we will send you the
registration forms as well as the relevant information.

16th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS:
Workshop on Wavelets in Medicine and Biology
Baltimore, November 1-2, 1994.

Workshop co-chairs
Akram Aldroubi
Michael Unser
Program Committee
J. Benedetto H. Eden C. Karl U. Ruttimann
C. Berenstein H. Feichtinger S. Mallat S. Schiff
R. Coifman P. Flandrin Z. Nashed M. Vetterli
R. DeVore B. Jawerth A. Laine L. Yaroslavsky

Tutorials

Multiresolution, the wavelet transform, and feature extraction
Stephane Mallat; Courant Institute, NY
Wavelets, and filter bank algorithms
Martin Vetterli or Jelena Kovacevic; UC Berkeley, CA
Time-frequency analyses and frames
John Benedetto; Univ. of Maryland, MD

Invited papers

Session I : Medical imaging / tomography
Chairman : Dennis Healy

Wavelet based methods for multiscale tomographic reconstruction
M. Bhatia, W.C. Karl, A.S. Willsky; MIT, Cambridge, MA
Tomographic construction of a 2D wavelet transform: continuous and
discrete case
Peyrin, M. Zaim, R. Goutte; CNRS, INSA, Villeurbanne, France
Local tomography using wavelets
C. Berenstein; Univ. Maryland, MD, D. Walnut; George Mason Univ.,
VA
Uncertainty principles, signal recovery, finite Toeplitz forms, and
approximation theory: connections and applications to limited angle
tomography
T. Olson; Dartmouth College, NH

Session II : Biomedical signal/image processing
Chairman : Leonid Yaroslavsky

Calculating the 3D-structure of macromolecules using wavelet decompositions
E. Schmitt; Univ. of Gottingen, Germany
Contrast enhancement by dyadic wavelet analysis
A. Laine, J. Fan, S. Schuler; Univ. Florida, Gainesville, FL
Automated noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease using
wavelet-based neural networks
M. Akay, Y.M. Akay, W. Welkowitz; Rutgers Univ., NJ
New structures for multirate adaptive filtering: application to
interference canceling in biomedical engineering
M. Karrakchou, M. Kunt; EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland

Session III : Time-frequency analysis
Chairman : Patrick Flandrin

Coherent non-orthogonal expansions reencouraged
H.G. Feichtinger; Univ. vienna, Austria
Using wavelet transform to analyse cardiorespiratory and
electroencephalographic signals during sleep
R. Sartene, JC. Wallet, P. Allione, S. Palka, L. Poupard, J.L. Bernard;
Hopital Robert Ballanger, Aulnay-sous-Bois, France
Segmentation of infant respiratory sounds with Malvar's wavelets
E. Ademovic, G. Charbonneau, J.-C. Pesquet; ESE, Gif-sur-Yvette,
France
Investigating cellular vibrations in the cochlea using the continuous
wavelet transform and the short-time Fourier transform
M.C. Teich, C. Heneghan, S.M. Khanna, M. Ulfendahl; Columbia Univ.,
NY

Session IV : Statistical methods
Chairman : Stephane Mallat

Threshold selection for wavelet shrinkage of noisy data
D. Donoho and I.M Johnstone; Stanford University, CA
Wavelet models of event-related potentials
J. Raz; Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Statistical analysis of image differences by wavelet decomposition
U.E. Ruttimann, M. Unser, D. Rio; National Institutes of Health,
Bethesda, MD
Applications of wavelet transform in forecasting incidence of infectious
diseases
Wei-min Liu; Indiana Univ., Indianapolis, IN
Problems looking for solutions
Biological signals that need detection: currents through single membrane
channels
B. Eisenberg, Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL
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