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Meeting: Wavelet, Subband, and Block Transforms in Communications
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Meeting: Wavelet, Subband, and Block Transforms in Communications

New Jersey Institute of Technology
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Center for Communications and Signal Processing Research
A One Day Symposium
(5th in a Series)


March 21, 1997 (Friday)

Organizing Committee:

A.N. Akansu, NJIT
P.K. Das, RPI
N. Erdol, Florida Atlantic U.
R.A. Haddad, NJIT
M. Medley, Rome Labs
R. Orr, Atlantic Aerospace
M.J.T. Smith, Georgia Tech.
M. Tzannes, AWARE

The theories of subband and wavelet transforms, their linkages and design
tools have been extensively studied in the fields of engineering
and appplied mathematics. The advantages of these signal analysis and
processing tools have been utilized in engineering problems of several
disciplines. This symposium will focus on state-of-the-art applications of
wavelet, subband and block transforms in communications. Some of these
applications are:

* Spread Spectrum Communications
* CDMA Communications
* OFDM (DMT) for ADSL and HDSL
* Radar
* Multimedia
* LPI Communications
* Telemedicine
* Other applications

This symposium will consist of a set of invited talks, invited papers
and the presentations of accepted papers. The proceedings of the symposium
will be published and provided to the attendees at the meeting.

Original and unpublished material of wavelet, subband and block transforms
in communications applications are solicited for presentation at this
symposium. All submissions will be reviewed. Please mail six copies of
your paper (10 printed pages maximum) by December 1, 1996 to

NJIT Symp'97
c/o Ms. Lisa Fitton
University Heights
Newark, NJ 07102 USA
Tel:(201)596 8474
Fax:(201)596 8473


8:00-8:45 Registration & Coffee

8:45-9:00 Opening Remarks

9:00-9:30 Y.-Q. Zhang, David Sarnoff Research Center, MPEG 4 Coding Standards
and Technologies

9:30-10:00 M. Orchard, Princeton Univ. & NJCMR, Wavelet Image Coding via
Rate-Distortion Optimized Backward Adaptive Classification

10:00-10:20 R.A. Haddad, NJIT and NJCMR, Variable Time-Frequency Tiling
Using Block Transform Packets

10:20-10:40 J. Zhang and T.P. Vuong, Computer Graphics Center (ZGDV), Germany,
Wireless Image Communication via Wavelet Transformation

10:40-11:00 A.N. Akansu, NJIT and NJCMR, Orthogonal Transmultiplexer:
A Time-Frequency Perspective for TDMA, FDMA and CDMA Communications

11:00-11:30 R.S. Orr, M.J. Lyall, Atlantic Aerospace and D.L. Nicholson,
Fast Acquisition of Wavelet-Based Spread Spectrum Codes

11:30-12:00 M. Sablatash, CRC, Canada, W.F. McGee, Nepean DSP, Canada, and
John H. Lodge, CRC, Canada, Bandwidth-on-Demand Multiple Access
Communications System Design Combining Wavelet Packet Filter Bank
Trees and DFT Polyphase Filter Banks

12:00-1:30 LUNCH

1:30-1:50 T.N. Davidson, Z.Q. Luo and K.M. Wong, McMaster Univ., Canada,
A Hopping Scheme for Wavelet Packet Division Multiplexing

1:50-2:10 O. Kucur and G.E. Atkin, Illinois Inst. of Tech, A Wavelet-Based
Code Division Multiple Access System

2:10-2:30 X. Lin, NJIT, M. Sorbara, Globe Span, A.N. Akansu, NJIT,
A Performance Analysis of Single Carrier and OFDM Modulation
Techniques for Digital Subscriber Line Applications

2:30-3:00 G.B. Giannakis, Univ. of Virginia, Filterbanks for Blind Channel
Identification and Equalization

3:00-3:30 Coffe Break

3:30-4:00 M. Medley, USAF Rome Labs, Transform Domain Interference
Suppression in Spread Spectrum Communications

4:00-4:20 X.-G. Xia, Univ. of Delaware, Intersymbol Interference
Cancellation Using Nonmaximally Decimated Multirate Filter Banks


Registration Fee: $ 30
(Including Lunch and Proceedings)
Please Make Your Check Payable to NJIT/NJCMR
and Mail to

Ms. Anne McMahon
New Jersey Institute of Technology
New Jersey Center for Multimedia Research
ECE Center
University Heights
Newark, NJ 07102 USA

Tel: (201)642 7012
Fax: (201)596 5680
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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