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Initiatives & Trends

A new mailing list dedicated to the hot topic of Machine Listening.

Something really innovative has happened in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, where the third IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS) took place in November 2011. The 2011 WIFS, in a partnership with the Brazilian Association of Forensic Experts of the Federal Police (APCF), included in its program a series of oral presentations, posters, and demos, which represent an effort of the forensics experts to call the attention of academics to problems they often face.

At the 2011 IEEE ICASSP inPrague, the program committee revived the idea of expert overview sessions called “Trends,” which are summary talks authored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Committees and presented by their keynote experts.

Starting from its September issue, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine publishes a serious of three columns summarizing the “Trends” expert sessions. As the third part, the column articles in the January issue allow readers to access the summaries of the following Trends sessions.

While the idea of shared or outsourced network infrastructures and services may be old hat in the IT community, Cloud Computing represents a revolutionary technological leap forward for policy-makers in Washington and in the states,

who must grapple with new issues related to security, privacy, law enforcement and more using an increasingly outdated structure of laws and regulations.

At the 2011 IEEE ICASSP in Prague, the program committee revived the idea of expert overview sessions called “Trends,” which are summary talks authored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Committees and presented by their keynote experts.

Starting from its September issue, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine publishes a serious of three columns summarizing the “Trends” expert sessions. As the second part, the column articles in the November issue allow readers to access the summaries of the following Trends sessions.

The breadth of topics in signal processing continues to grow, propelled by advances in digital signal processing theory as well as in new application domains. At the 2011 IEEE ICASSP in Prague, the program committee revived the idea of expert overview sessions called “Trends,”

which are summary talks authored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Committees and presented by their keynote experts.

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