|Posted: Tue Dec 03, 2002 1:22 pm
Subject: Meeting: Acoustical Society of America
|Meeting: Acoustical Society of America
I am writing on behalf of the Signal Processing Committee for the
Acoustical Society of America to inform you about a Gallery of Signal
Processing in Acoustics that will take place at the St. Louis Meeting
of the ASA on November 27 - December 1, 1995.
A gallery of images and videos depicting signals or processes in
Acoustics is planned for the St. Louis meeting of the
ASA. Contributions are invited from all technical areas of Acoustics.
The gallery will be on display during the meeting and entries will be
judged by a panel of referees on the basis of originality, the ability
to convey and exchange information, and aesthetic appeal. Entries may
be in the form of either a poster or a short video. Publication and
future display of outstanding entries is being considered.
Poster entries will be displayed on vertical panels and hence should
be mounted by the contributor on poster board or cardboard panels
measuring no larger than 2.5 ft wide by 3 ft. high. In addition to
the artwork, each panel should contain a brief text explaining the
display, as well as the names and affiliations of the contributors.
Video entries must be submitted in VHS or S-VHS format (PAL can not be
converted) with a total running time of no more than three
minutes. Entries should contain visual material but may emphasize
visual information, audio information, or both. Tapes should begin
with a 20 second blank leader followed by the three minute entry.
Entries must contain the title, names and affiliations of the
contributors. All entries will be copied onto a single tape prior to
the meeting and shown in a continuous, posted order on a monitor with
Further inquiries should be made to David Havelock at (613) 993-7661,
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am writing to inform you, the readers of the Wavelet Digest, of the
call for papers for the 130th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of
The 130th Meeting of the ASA will be held Monday through Friday, 27
November - 1 December 1995 at the Adam's Mark Hotel in St. Louis,
Missouri. Some sessions will be held on Monday and a full program of
sessions will be held every morning and afternoon, Tuesday through
Friday. Registration will begin Monday at 7:30.
The deadline for receipt of abstracts is Monday, 31 July 1995. ***
This deadline will be strictly enforced. Beginning with this meeting,
authors have the option of submitting their abstracts electronically,
or by mail in the standard paper-copy method.
Technical Program: Contributed papers are welcome in all branches of
acoustics. The technical program will consist of lecture sessions and
some poster sessions. The following special sessions are planned for
invited and contributed papers (note: due to the general nature of the
ASA, I am only listing the ones loosely relevant to the readers of the
wavelet digest... sorry...):
1. Acoustic Interactions with Internal Waves in Waves in Shallow Water.
2. Mechanical System Noise
3. Recent Advances in Hearing and Technology
4. Acoustic Instrument Callibration
5. Flow Induced Noise
6. Higher Order Spectrum and Trans-Spectrum
7. Exchange of Research Ideas and Findings Between Music and Speech Perception
8. Modeling Vowel Perception
9. Statistical Methods in Complex Structures
10. Wiener-Hopf Methods in Structural Acoustics
11. Spatial, temporal, and frequency dispersion due to boundary
scattering inshallow water propagation.
To find out information on how to send abstracts, contact Elaine
Moran, ASA Office Manager at (516) 576-2360 (phone), or (516) 349-7669
If you are sending an electronic version of an abstract, the files
needed may be obtained by ftp from ftp.aip.org. Login "anonymous" and
use your email address as the password. Change directory to
/tex/macros/asaabs and get all the files in the directory. Or you can
send email to email@example.com requesting for the ASA Abstracts package
by email and you will be send the files. The package includes
instructions, a completed example and an empty template.
The Hotel Information: The Adam's Mark Hotel, Fourth and Chestnut,
St. Louis, MO 63102 has a block of rooms reserved at reduced
rates. The hotel number is (314) 241-7400; the fax number is (314)
241-0889. Refer to the Acoustical Society meeting to obtain the
reduced rates of $103/single, and $115/double.
Any additional information can be obtained from Elaine Moran, ASA
Office Manager at (516) 576-2360 (phone), or (516) 349-7669 (FAX).
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