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Meeting : Fractal Image Encoding and Analysis ASI (CFP)
 
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Meeting : Fractal Image Encoding and Analysis ASI (CFP)


CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Fractal Image Encoding and Analysis

a NATO Advanced Study Institute

July 8-17, 1995
at the
Reso Royal Garden Hotel
Trondheim, Norway

Objectives

The Advanced Study Institute (ASI) is an expository meeting in which invited
speakers present new advances in fractal image encoding and analysis. The
meeting has two main objectives: First, the ASI will focus on presenting
material that is not taught elsewhere and that is not available from any one
source. Researchers with fractal image analysis and encoding backgrounds will
demonstrate their techniques to each other in order to advance both fields.
Workshops in both areas will discuss specific implementation issues and generate
a list of interesting unsolved problems.

Scope

Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:

o Fractal Analysis and Modeling of 2D data.
o Multifractal image segmentation
o Encoding methods: VQ, classification, breaking the time complexity, search
strategies.
o Decoding methods: pyramid representation, pixel chasing, finite step
decoders, matrix inversion.
o Video and Color encoding.
o Analysis and Implementation Workshops.

Structure/Participation

Four invited talks will be given each day, followed by one or two shorter
selected talks by participants in the institute. A poster session will be held
during the breaks and in the evenings. The institute will also include two
workshops, one on image encoding and one on image analysis.

Participants wishing to present talks or posters should e-mail, fax, or mail an
extended abstract (2-3 pages) describing their proposed lecture/poster-session
to the ASI (see contact information) before April 15, 1995. NATO asks that
participants stay for the full duration of the ASI.

Registration Fees

before April 15, 1995 after April 15, 1995
advanced registration rates regular rates
regular | US$439.00 | US$589.00
student ** | US$219.00 | US$399.00
** proof of status required

To register, complete the registration form available from the
http://inls.ucsd.edu/y/ASI/ WWW page, and return it by mail or fax to
(619) 534-7664 with your payment (currently payment can only be made by check or
money order made payable to "NATO ASI"; credit card payments will be available
soon).

Preregister by April 15 to take advantage of advanced registration rates.
Registration received after April 15, 1995 will be charged at normal rates. NATO
limits the size of the institute to a maximum of 80 people. On-site registration
will not be possible.

Invited Speakers

o THE LIST IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING FINALIZED.

Proceedings

Talks given by the invited speakers will be collected in a NATO ASI series book
published by Springer Verlag. Participants in the institute will receive a free
copy when the book is published.

Sponsors

o NATO
o Rockwell International.
o Institute for Nonlinear Science, University of California, San Diego.

Scientific and Organizing Committee

o Director:
o Yuval Fisher
o Co-directors:
o Jacques Levy-Vehel
o Geir Oien
o Claude Tricot

Contact Information

NATO Fractal Image Encoding and Analysis ASI
Institute for Nonlinear Science 0402
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093-0402
USA


Phone: (619) 534-5599 Fax: (619) 534-7664
E-mail: asi@poincare.ucsd.edu WWW: http://inls.ucsd.edu/y/ASI/
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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