Tuesday, March 26, 2013

GlobalSIP 2013 Symposium on: Low-Dimensional Models and Optimization in Signal Processing

Marco Duarte sent me the following: 

Hi Igor - I wanted to bring to your attention (and to that of the readership of Nuit Blanche) a symposium that I'm co-organizing in topics that should be of particular interest to you.

The website and call for papers are available at http://www.ieeeglobalsip.org/sym/13/ldmosp

Marco F. Duarte
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Thanks Marco, from the page:

GlobalSIP 2013 Symposium on:

Low-Dimensional Models and Optimization in Signal Processing

Sparsity, low-rank, and other low-dimensional geometric models have long been studied and exploited in machine learning, signal processing and computer science. For instance, sparsity has made an impact in the problems of compression, linear regression, subset selection, graphical model learning, and compressive sensing. Similarly, low-rank models lie at the heart of a variety of dimensionality reduction and data interpolation techniques. Additionally, manifold models are able to succinctly characterize complex signal classes that exhibit few degrees of freedom.
The goal of this symposium is to showcase recent developments in the formulation of: (i) new low-dimensional models for high-dimensional data that are concise enough to be informative in signal recovery and information extraction, where examples include sparsity, low-rank matrices, and manifold models; (ii) new signal recovery and information extraction algorithms, in particular optimization-based approaches, that promote solutions well-matched to the aforementioned signal models, where examples include greedy and iterative algorithms, optimization solvers, and heuristic methods; and (iii) new applications where where low-dimensional signal models outperform existing signal processing, signal estimation, and data recovery approaches in the computational, fidelity, or measurement requirement realms.
Submissions of at most 1 page in two-column IEEE format are welcome on topics including:
  • Dimensionality Reduction
  • Algorithms for Signal Processing
  • Signal Models
  • Signal Processing
  • Compressive Sensing

Paper Submission

Submit papers of at most 1 page in two-column IEEE format through the GlobalSIP website athttp://www.ieeeglobalsip.org/Papers.asp.

Important Dates

Paper Submission DeadlineJune 1, 2013
Review Results AnnounceJuly 30, 2013
Camera-Ready Papers DueSeptember 7, 2013

Organizing Committee

General Co-Chair
Volkan Cevher
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
General Co-Chair
Justin Romberg
Georgia Institute of Technology
Technical Co-Chair
Mark Davenport
Georgia Institute of Technology
Technical Co-Chair
Marco Duarte
University of Massachusetts Amherst

The Symposia will also include those other sessions:

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