Inria has been involved in organising the 2014 edition of ICIP, the international conference dedicated to image-processing, which is being held in France for the first time, between 27 and 30 October at CNIT, Paris – La Défense. Christine Guillemot, Sirocco team manager and Josiane Zerubia, Ayin team manager are both managers of the organising committee. Guillemot will be chairing the plenary sessions while Zerubia will be chairing the tutorials. Nicholas Ayache, manager of the Asclépios team, who was recently awarded the Inria – French Académie des sciences Grand Prize 2014 will be giving a talk entitled “Medical Image Computing for Computational Medicine” on 28 October. Among the numerous Inria teams conducting research into image-processing, eleven teams are involved in the work chosen for ICIP 2014, namely the Ayin, Asclépios, Géostat, Lagadic, Magrit, Prima, Stars, Serpico, Sirrocco, TexMex and Titane teams. Several teams will also be showing their work on the Inria Stand (N°9). These will be Ayin, Clime, Geostat, Morpheme and Stars.
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Digital Signal Processing: A Review Journal is one of the oldest and most established journals in the field of signal processing yet it aims to be the most innovative. The Journal invites top quality research articles at the frontiers of research in all aspects of signal processing. Our objective is to provide a platform for the publication of ground-breaking research in signal processing with both academic and industrial appeal.
The journal has a special emphasis on statistical signal processing methodology such as Bayesian signal processing, and encourages articles on emerging applications of signal processing such as:
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We welcome also submissions in the fundamental areas such as information theory and on mathematical topics with potential applications in signal processing such as functional analysis, stochastic calculus, game theory and group theory. Papers in the classical application areas of signal processing such as telecommunications, speech, image and video processing are welcome only if they contain novel research into methodology.. Purely application oriented articles in these areas should be submitted to the relevant dedicated journals
Digital Signal Processing: A Review Journal also aims to publish quality review articles in addition to occasional focus issues with special emphasis on emerging topics. Discussion articles in which several leading researchers discuss the future of a specific research area are also welcome.Hide full Aims & Scope