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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 1994 12:00 am    
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Cfp: SPIE Conference on wavelet applications

Extension of Abstract Deadline


(Part of SPIE 1995 International Symposium on
Aerospace/Defense Sensing and Dual-Use Photonics)

17-21 April 1995
Orlando FL
Marriott Orlando World Center

Abstract due date: 15 October 1994 (Extended)

Manuscript due date: 23 January 1995
(firm deadline so that proceedings will be available on site)

This conference will be unique in its attention to the timely
applications of the wavelet transform (WT), as evident in the on-site
publication of the SPIE Vol. 2242, pp.1-985, 5-8 April 1994 Orlando
Florida. This first on-site publication had attracted 212 authors
contributing 94 full papers, presented in four days in 11 sequential
Technical Sessions: Mathematics & Equation Solvers, Communication,
Signal & Image Processing, Computer Vision, Data Compression &
Recognition, Radar Processing, Earth Sciences & Remote Sensing,
Industrial Applications, Image Processsing, Recognition, and
Implementation, Wavelets & Neural Networks, Biomedical Applications,
Acoustic Signal Detection and Recognition. We hope that it will become
the definitive forum for applications in this timely new topic. This
year's program will include theory and all aspects of wavelet
applications and subband coding implementations. Highlights will be
adaptive multiresolution analysis and time/space-scale joint
representations, such as adaptive continuous WT,e.g. neuronet-wavenet,
and discrete subband coding:Haar, Daubechies, biorthogonal QMF,
digital chips, and analog optical cubes.

This will be an excellent opportunity to present your work and help
define cutting edge frontiers that may be needed for future
NIST/Advanced Technology Programs, FBI/next phases, and current ARPA, ONR
R&D. Dual use R/D efforts & planning in these programs will be also
welcomed at conference.

Papers are solicited on, but are not limited to, the following topics:

o Theory -pattern recognition
-multiresolution -medical images
-complexity theory -remote sensing
-subband coding -radar processing
-complete orthogonal basis -source identification
-adaptive super-mother wavenet -fingerprints
-nonlinear dynamics noise
removal o Implementations
-wavelet transform of PDE to -holographic
ODE -4D optics
-feedback adaptive WT
o Applications -optoelectronic devices
-communications -wavelet chips
-data compression -neuro-wavelet chips
-data representation -inspection systems
-texture analysis -HDTV designs
-scene segmentation -B-ISDN designs
-signal processing
-speech processing
-image processing

Conference Cochairs: James Crowley, ARPA/SIAM; Gary Hewer, Naval Air Warfare
Center/Office of Naval Research; Thomas Hopper, Federal Bureau of
Investigation; Hanafy Meleis, Advanced Technology Program/National
Institute of Standards and Technology; William Miceli, Office of Naval
Research; Lawrence Welsch, National Institute of Standards and
Conference Chair: Harold Szu, Naval Surface Warfare Center/INNS

Program Committee: John Benedetto, Univ. Maryland; David Casasent,
Carnegie Mellon Univ.; H. John Caulfield*, Alabama A&M Univ.; Victor
Chen, Naval Research Lab.; Charles Chui*, Texas A&M Univ.; Ronald
Coifman*, Yale Univ.; Ingrid Daubechies, Princeton Univ.; William
Dress, Oak Ridge National Lab.; Dennis Healy*, Dartmouth College;
Bjorn Jawerth, Univ. South Carolina; Richard Juday, NASA Johnson Space
Ctr.; Shubha Kadambe, AT&T Bell Labs.; Richard Kiang, NASA Goddard
Space Flight Ctr.; Andrew Laine, Univ. Florida; Stephane Mallat*, New
York Univ.; Howard Resnikoff, Aware, Inc.; Steven Schiff*, Children's
National Medical Ctr.; Yunlong Sheng, Univ. Laval; Gilbert Strang,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Brian Telfer, Naval Surface
Warfare Ctr.; Ahmed Tewfik, Univ. Minnesota/Twin Cities; Raymond
Wells*, Rice Univ.; M. Victor Wickerhauser, Washington Univ., Victor Chen,
Naval Research Lab; Gerald Kaiser, U. of Mass at Lowell; Akram Aldroubi*, NIH.

*to be confirmed.

Your abstract should contain: title, authors and affiliations as they
will appear in program, correspondence for EACH author (mailing
address, phone, fax, email), an indication that you are submitting to
the Wavelet Applications Conference, H. Szu, chair; preference for
oral or poster presentation, 250 word abstract, brief biography
(50-100 words) of principal author.

Abstracts should be sent to:

email: (ascii format)

fax: (206) 647-1445 (SPIE)

mail: AeroSense'95
SPIE, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham WA 98227-0010

shipping address: 1000 20th St., Bellingham WA 98225
(206) 676-3290

Applicants will be notified of acceptance by 19 December 1994.

Questions may be directed to SPIE or to:
Dr. Harold Szu
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code B44
Silver Spring MD 20903
(301) 394-3097
(301) 394-3923 (fax)

Dr. James Crowley
SIAM, Ex. Dir.
or, ARPA 3701 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington VA 22203-1714

Dr. Gary Hewer
Naval Air Warfare Center
China Lake CA 93555-6001

Thomas Hopper
Federal Bureau of Investigation
10th and Pennsylvania NW
Washington DC 20537

Dr. Hanafy Meleis
Gaithersburg, MD 20899

William Miceli
Office of Naval Research
800 N. Quincy Street
Arlington, VA 22217

Dr. Lawrence Welsch
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
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