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Meeting: Mathematics in signal processing

The institute of mathematics and its applications

Fourth international conference on mathematics in signal processing

University of Warwick 17th - 19th December 1996


Signal processing constitutes an important area for the application of
mathematical concepts and techniques fuelled, for example, by recent
developments in mobile communications and multimedia systems. The last
IMA conference on this subject was held in Dec. 1992 and the
intervening years have witnessed significant developments in many
topics such as time-frequency analysis, nonlinear signal processing,
higher order statistics, blind deconvolution, morphological analysis
and feature extraction. The aim of this conference is to bring
together mathematicians and engineers with a view to exploring recent
developments and identifying fruitful avenues for further research. It
is hoped that the meeting will also help to attract more
mathematicians into this important and challenging field.

The conference will comprise a keynote address and six non-overlapping
sessions each featuring
(a) four or five spoken papers with some tutorial content
(b) a related poster session for more specific research papers.

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Bart DeMoor,
Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.

Contributed papers are invited on all aspects of mathematics in signal
processing and will be accepted on the basis of a 300-500 word summary
which should be submitted by 30th April 1996. Authors will be advised
of acceptance by 1st July 1996. The majority of contributed papers will
be presented in the poster sessions.

It is intended that a book based on the conference will be published by
Oxford University Press as a hard bound volume. All authors are
invited to submit a written version of their paper by the date of the
conference. All papers received on time and in the required format will
be eligible for inclusion, subject to Editorial review.

Suitable topics for presentation include:

Adaptive filtering
Inverse Problems
Pattern recognition
Numerical linear algebra
Array signal processing
Subspace Tracking
Nonlinear Optimisation
Fuzzy Techniques
Bayesian Estimation
Applications of finite mathematics
Statistical signal / image analysis
Approximation techniques
High resolution spectral analysis
Nonlinear signal processing and modelling
Time-frequency and time-scale analysis
Blind deconvolution / equalisation
Higher order statistics
Mathematical morphology

Applications to physical modelling, communications, financial
modelling, medicine, meteorology, radar, seismology, sonar, ocean
science, multimedia, instrumentation and control, etc.

The social programme will include a reception to welcome delegates and
their guests, an optional visit to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in
Stratford and a conference banquet.

WWW Site
Up-to-date information about the conference programme, accommodation
and travel to Warwick can be found a our Web site (courtesy of the

Members of the organising committee
Prof. J G McWhirter (Chairman) (DRA, Malvern)
Prof. C Budd (University of Bath)
Prof. O R Hinton (University of Newcastle)
Dr. J E Hudson (BNR Europe Ltd.)
Dr. M McLeod (University of Cambridge)
Prof. M Sandler (Kings College, London)
Dr. M Moonen (Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium)
Dr. I K Proudler (DRA, Malvern)

Mrs. Pamela Bye, Conference Officer
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
Catherine Richards House,
16 Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea
Essex SS1 1EF, England.
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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