Call for Papers

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Call for papers

The 2013 International Symposium on Intelligent Signal Processing and Communication Systems (ISPACS 2013) will be held at Naha, Okinawa, Japan. The symposium presents every possibility on new technologies based on signal processing and communication. The ISPACS 2013 will include regular sessions on the topics listed below and some special sessions on emerging intelligent signal processing and communication system topics.

  1. Communication Systems
    1. Radio Propagation and Channel Modeling
    2. Communication Theory
    3. Antenna and Propagation
    4. Wideband Communications
    5. Wireless Systems
    6. Intelligent Communication Systems and Network Protocols
    7. Others
  2. Multimedia and Systems
    1. Speech Processing and Coding
    2. Video Processing and Coding
    3. Video and Multimedia Technology & Communications
    4. Audio/Acoustic Signal Processing
    5. Multimedia Processing for e-Learning
    6. Others
  3. Signal Processing
    1. Digital Filters and Filter Banks
    2. Wavelets and Multirate Signal Processing
    3. Adaptive, Non-linear and Multidimensional Signal Processing
    4. Fast Computations for Signal Processing, and Communication Systems
    5. Radar, Antennas and Mobile Signal Processing
    6. Intelligent Signal Processing for Communications & Systems
    7. Security Signal Processing
    8. Optical Signal Processing
    9. Noise Control
    10. Others
  4. VLSI
    1. Analog and Digital ICs for Communications
    2. Low Power Design & VLSI Physical Synthesis
    3. Modeling, Simulation and CAD Tools
    4. VLSI Architecture for Signal Processing
    5. Others
  5. Circuits and Systems
    1. Analog Circuits, Filters and Data Conversion
    2. Analog and Mixed Signal Processing
    3. Numerical Methods and Circuit Simulation
    4. Circuits and Systems for Communications
    5. Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Processing
    6. Others
  6. Emerging Technologies in Signal Processing and Communications

Prospective authors are invited to submit papers reflecting original, unpublished work in these fields. Papers should not exceed 6 pages including results, figures, and references. Manuscript templates will be made available on the website. The CD-ROM/Flash-drive proceedings of accepted papers will be made available at the symposium.

Only the papers that will be presented at the symposium will be sent to the IEEE in order to be included in the IEEE Xplore database. Only electronic submissions with PDF files will be accepted via the symposium website.

Authors are expected to present their papers at the symposium upon acceptance and presenting authors are required to register for the symposium.