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November 2009

FACETS of CODING THEORY:  from ALGORITHMS to NETWORKS0911portrait_kotter

An exclusive article by Petar Djuric, SPS Vice President-Finance, on Society's finances and many efforts for bringing additional values to its members, including expanded access to SPS publications, enhanced digital publications, new conference events and member discount in registration, and travel support to students and distinguished lecturers.

The Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is hosting the Paths Ahead in the Science of Information and Decision Systems symposium on 12-14 Novemeber 2009 in Cambridge, MA.  The symposium brings together leading researchers from all around the world who have been influential in shaping the vision of and leading the field of information and decision systems.

Lecture Notes on multiview point cloud regularization (MVPCR), a framework that unifies and generalizes several semisupervised kernel methods that are based on data-dependent regularization in reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces. Special cases of MVPCR include coregularized least squares (CoRLS), manifold regularization (MR), and graph-based SSL.

Ph.D. and post-doc positions are available to work on fluorescence microscopy related projects in joint research group with University of Texas at Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. The projects aim to develop novel imaging modalities, image processing and data analysis methods for fluorescence microscopy live cell experiments in particular single molecule detection.

by Roger Woods, John McAllister, Ying Yi, and Gaye Lightbody. Woods_FPGA
Published by Wiley. ISBN#978-0-470-03009-7.

"Best of the Web" focuses on web resources that are useful for understanding the features of digital signal processor (DSP) devices and using DSPs to build systems and applications.

JPEG XR is the newest image coding standard from the JPEG committee. It primarily targets the representation of continuous-tone still images such as photographic images, and achieves high image quality, on par with JPEG 2000, while requiring low computational resources and storage capacity.

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