SPIB - Signal Processing Information Base: (Access via FTP)
Contains books, paper archives, data, software, newsletter archives, etc.
SCAD - Systems and Control Archive at Dallas: (Access via WWW homepage) Contains books, paper archives, software, conference announcement, eletter archives, job archives, thesis, etc.
Neuroprose Paper Archives: (Access via FTP)
Contains preprints (in postscript format) of many important papers in connectionist and machine learning research.
Computer Vision Homepage: (Access via WWW)
This is a springboard to many on-line vision related archives. It links to more than 5000 test images, FTP and GOPHER archives, publications, source code, newsgroups, conferences, and more than 100 research groups' home pages. It also points to archives such as PEIPA at UK, ECVNet Web archive in Italy, all-legal texture database at MIT, etc.
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IEEE Signal Processing Society Launching Webinar Series:
The IEEE Signal Processing Society is pleased to bring you a new webinar series featuring technical innovations and their applications in signal processing from top presenters and thought leaders from academia and industry. The inaugural webinar will be led by Prof. Vikram Krishnamurthy from Cornell University and will feature the topic of Digital Signaling: Interacting Sensors and Social Networks, which will discuss how humans interact with social networks based on their sensor input information. This intriguing webinar will delve into the following areas: the realization that humans can be considered as social sensors who input information into a social network; the challenges being faced from a statistical signal processing viewpoint; concerns over privacy as social sensors are able to reveal quantized decisions such as “ratings” and “recommendations”; and acknowledging that social sensors are risk-averse decisionmakers.
Be one of the first attendees to join this free inaugural webinar on October 17, 2017 from 11 am to 12 pm EST, presented by Vikram Krishnamurthy, Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University at the following registration link:
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