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Dear Auditory list members,
For those of you who are considering going to the ICPR meetings
in Israel, I am enclosing a message sent to me by David Malah.
- Al Bregman
From: david malah <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear Program Committee Member,
I am enclosing below for your information the list of Session Chairmen
for the Signal Processing Track and details on the Invited Talks in the
Special Session on "Advances in Signal Processing".
I am also enclosing a message from the Chairman of the Computer Vision
and Image Processing Track about a Panel on "Computer Vision and
Image/Video Compression" that he has organized.
Finally, you'll find below a recent update I received concerning the
proceedings and paper preparation (for those who are interested).
In response to queries, I would like to clarify that it is the practice
of this conference (as many other) that PC members, who attend the
conference (and we wish and hope that most of you will attend), as well
as Session Chairmen, invited speakers, etc., all have to register,
as any other attendee. Registration information was mailed to you
in my last e-mail.
As this could well be my last BROADCAST e-mail concerning the
conference I would like to use this opportunity and thank you again
for your invaluable help and for your cooperation, which made it possible
to put together a high quality and interesting program.
I am looking forward to meet many of you, if not all, in Jerusalem.
All the best,
12th ICPR - Signal Processing
1. Image Coding
Chairman: M. Tekalp, University of Rochester
Chairman: R. Coifman, Yale University
3. Image Restoration and Reconstruction
Chairman: Y. Bresler, University of Illinois
4. Image Mapping and Visualization
Chairman: E. Karnin, IBM Israel, Science and Technology
5. Signal Analysis and Recognition
Chairman: S. Furui, NTT Human Interface Labs (Japan)
6. Auditory Scene Analysis
Chairman: S. Williams, University of Sheffield (UK)
7. Special Session - "Advances In Signal Processing"
Chairman: D. Malah, Technion
1. H. Van Trees, George Mason University
IMPROVED PERFORMANCE BOUNDS FOR PARAMETER ESTIMATION
2. R. Coifman, Yale University
WAVELET-PACKETS AS A TOOL FOR FEATURE EXTRACTION AND
3. Y. Bresler, University of Illinois
UNIFIED TIME-SEQUENTIAL SAMPLING THEORY
FOR SPATIO-TEMPORAL SIGNALS
1994 ICPR Panel
Thursday, October 13, 1994, 8:30 - 10:00 am
COMPUTER VISION AND IMAGE/VIDEO COMPRESSION
Goal of Panel: To explore the interrelationship between
computer vision and image/video compression, especially
to discuss the potential use of computer vision
ideas and techniques in achieving high image quality
and low bitrates.
Chair: T. S. Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
P. Bouthemy, IRISA, France
R. Chellappa, University of Maryland
D. Malah, Technion, Israel
W. A. Pearlman, RPI
R. Picard, MIT
M. Tekalp, University of Rochester
12-ICPR Proceedings/Paper Preparation
The proceedings of the 12th ICPR are published by the IEEE Computer Society.
regular papers are allowed 5 pages, and posters are allowed 3 pages. One extra
page can be purchased for approximately $110.00, which have to be included
with the submission of the final manuscript to the IEEE.
Authors kits, including exact instructions, mats, and various forms
(copyright, etc), will be sent out by the IEEE during July 1994.
The final manuscripts are due at the IEEE by August 7.
You could get samples of the ieee format (using different spacing)
by anonymous FTP or by E-Mail. To use anonymous ftp, connect to:
ftp.huji.ac.il (user: anonymous. Password: your E-Mail).
Once logged on, perform the following ftp commands:
These sample LaTeX files can also be retrieved by E-Mail as follows:
Send E-Mail to email@example.com having the following lines:
General 12-ICPR information, including registration forms and instructions how
to obtain the advance program, can be obtained by sending E-Mail to