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Novel computational signal and image analysis approaches based on feature-rich mathematical/computational frameworks continue to push the limits of the technological envelope, thus providing optimized and efficient solutions. This special issue seeks to offer broad coverage of the theme with an emphasis on techniques and applications – in any scientific field (mathematics, physics, computer science, engineering, chemistry, biology, medicine, etc.) – that focus on the analysis of signals and images in the hypercomplex domain, the advantages over conventional approaches, and related arising research questions. Submissions of comprehensive reviews and tutorial articles of methodological advances are strongly encouraged. Contributions on the interface of methodological approaches and applications as well as purely application-oriented submissions are also encouraged.
The objectives of the special issue are to: a) present theoretical and computational concepts from the hypercomplex domain related to signal and image processing in an accessible style, b) demonstrate the benefits of developing solutions in a unified framework for algebra and geometry utilizing hypercomplex numbers, c) be well-aligned with contemporary research paradigms on the interface of computer science, engineering, and mathematics, with the widest possible scope within the current trends in signal and image processing, and d) stimulate researchers in developing novel solutions to pressing research issues.
Pertinent to communication, audio, speech, biomedical, physiological, and other signals, as well as natural, biomedical, remote sensing, and other images, the topics of interest – in the hypercomplex domain – include, but are not limited to:
White papers are required and full articles are invited based on the review of white papers. The white paper format is up to 4 pages in length, including the proposed title, motivation, and significance of the topic, an outline of the proposed paper, and representative references. An author list with contact information and short bios should also be included. Submitted articles must be of tutorial/overview/survey nature, written in an accessible style, and have a significant relevance to the scope of the special issue. The submitted articles should provide novel insights but also explain complex concepts in a way that is easily accessible to the non-expert audience. All submissions are peer-reviewed according to the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine guidelines. Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Nektarios A. Valous; German Cancer Research Center, Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eckhard Hitzer; International Christian University, Japan, email@example.com
Salvatore Vitabile; University of Palermo, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Swanhild Bernstein; TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany, email@example.com
Carlile Lavor; University of Campinas, Brazil, firstname.lastname@example.org
Derek Abbott; University of Adelaide, Australia, email@example.com
Maria Elena Luna-Elizarrarás; Holon Institute of Technology, Israel, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wilder Lopes; GraphStax LLC, USA and Ogarantia SAS, France, email@example.com
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