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CALL FOR PAPERS - 2012 IEEE International Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal Processing
Posted: Jan 16, 2012 10:35 AM
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* CALL FOR PAPERS - 2012 IEEE International Workshop on Machine
Learning for Signal Processing

  2012 IEEE International Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal
  September 23-26, 2012.
  Santander, Spain

  The 22nd MLSP workshop in the series organized by the Signal
Processing Society MLSP Technical Committee will present the most
recent and exciting advances in data analysis for signal processing
problems through tutorials, keynote talks, as well as special and
regular single-track sessions.

* TOPICS OF INTEREST include but are not limited to:

  - Learning theory and techniques
  - Graphical models and kernel methods
  - Data-driven adaptive systems and models
  - Pattern recognition and classification
  - Distributed, Bayesian, subspace/manifold, and sparsity-aware
  - Multiset data analysis and multimodal data fusion
  - Perceptual signal processing in audio, image and video
  - Cognitive information processing
  - Applications, including:
      - Speech, audio and video
      - Music processing
      - Biomedical imaging
      - Communications
      - Bioinformatics and Computational genomics
      - Social networks
      - Biometrics
      - Energy and smart grid

* DATA COMPETITION, supported by Amazon.com

  A data and signal analysis competition is being organized.
  Winners will present their work and receive their award during the


  Goal:   The goal is to select/design a classifier (and any
  pre-processing systems, including a feature extractor) that
  classifies a pair of an employee and a resource (a resource can be
  computer, a data base, or a data portal etc) into one of two
  access or non-access. The winner will be the submission that
  the number of manual access grant/removal operations in the future
  testing data.

  Eligibility:    Anyone.

  Registration:   Registration is not required. However, if you wish
  receive important updates on the competition by email then please
  send a request to the address provided on the web page.

  Deadline:       Submissions must be emailed to the email address
  provided at the web page no later than one week after the main
  conference paper submission deadline, i.e. by May 14, 2012.

  Awards:         Up to three newest Kindle Fire tablet computers
  Amazon will be awarded as prizes. Amazon will support and invite
  winners to present their results at Amazon's new SLU headquarter
  Seattle, USA.

  Data and more details:  Available on the competition page.


  - Martin Wainwright, Univ. California at Berkeley, USA
  - Francis Bach, INRIA, France
  - Ali H. Sayed, Univ. California at Los Angeles, USA


  - Full paper submission: May 7, 2012
  - Notification of acceptance: June 25, 2012
  - Advance registration before: July 31, 2012
  - Camera-ready paper: August 15, 2012
  - Conference: September 23-26, 2012


  Authors are invited to submit a double-column paper of up to 6
pages using the electronic submission procedure described at

    - Accepted papers will be published by IEEE Press and in
electronic format.

    - Selected papers from MLSP 2012 will be considered for a special
issue of The International Journal of Neural Systems (JCR IF 4.2).


  PDF file of the Call-for-Papers can be found at

  For up-to-date information on the technical and social program for
practical arrangements, please visit the conference website at

We hope to welcome you in Santander in September 2012!


  General Chairs:
    Ignacio Santamaría (Univ. Cantabria, Spain)
    Jerónimo Arenas-García (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
    Gustavo Camps-Valls (Univ. de València, Spain)

  Technical Chairs:
    Deniz Erdogmus
    Fernando Pérez-Cruz (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)

  Special Sessions Chairs:
    Emilio Parrado-Hernández (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
    Jocelyn Chanussot (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France)

  Data Competition Chairs:
    Kenneth E. Hild II (Oregon Health & Science University, USA)
    Vince Calhoun (University of New Mexico, USA)
    Weifeng Liu (Amazon.com Inc., USA)

  Publicity Chairs:
    Marc Van Hulle (K.U. Leuven, Belgium)
    Luis Gómez Chova (Univ. de València, Spain)

  Web and Publication Chair:
    Jan Larsen (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)

  Local Organizing Chairs:
    Jesús Ibáñez (Univ. Santander)
    Javier Vía (Univ. Santander)

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