Call For Papers

Prospective authors are invited to propose papers in any of the technical areas listed in Paper Categories. The ICASSP-96 Technical Program Committee will select papers for presentation and organize the final program. Papers will be presented in lecture and poster sessions. A four-page copy of each paper will be published in the Proceedings of ICASSP-96.

Professional audio playback systems, slide projectors and overhead projectors will be available for speakers in lecture sessions. Upon special request, videotape or motion picture projectors may be provided for lecture sessions.

Submission of a proposal implies a commitment to present a paper, if accepted. Participation in the program is conditional upon adhering to the schedule and procedures outlined in this Call for Papers.

No individual may appear as an author on more than three proposals. No individual may appear as the first or sole author on more than one proposal.

Late proposals, proposals that do not include the Paper Summary Cover Sheet, proposals from authors who failed to present an accepted paper at ICASSP-95 without justification ("no shows"), or proposals from an author in excess of the limits defined in the previous paragraph will be rejected without review.

Proposals should be classified using the two-digit categories listed under Paper Categories, which closely parallel the first two levels of the Editor's Information Classification Scheme (EDICS) used by the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing and the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing. The January, April, July and October issues of the Transactions identify in more detail the topics included in each category.


Submission of proposal:
To be received by August 15, 1995
Notification of acceptance:
To be mailed out on November 1, 1995
Submission of photo-ready paper for printer:
To be received by December 15, 1995

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