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JCN 2010 - JCN SPECIAL ISSUE ON SPARSITY IN COMMUNICATIONS

Date2010-08-30

Deadline2010-01-31

VenueSpecial Is, Aland Islands Aland Islands

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Websitehttp://jcn.or.kr

Topics/Call fo Papers

JCN SPECIAL ISSUE ON
SPARSITY IN COMMUNICATIONS

PUBLICATION DATE: August 2010

The last few years have seen an explosive growth of activity in the area of compressed sensing, attracting researchers from applied mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering, information theory, signal processing, communication theory, optimization theory, and mathematical statistics. The main motivation leading to the development of compressed sensing theory was the insight that many natural and man-made signals, when represented in a suitable basis, are sparse in the sense that they can be described by a small number of significant coefficients relative to their dimension. Systematically accounting for sparsity properties has the potential to drastically reduce the data acquisition effort and improve the accuracy of signal recovery at the cost of increased computational complexity. The goal of this special issue of JCN is to elicit theoretical and practical aspects of the compressed sensing paradigm in communication theory and systems, wireless communications, and wireless (sensor) networks. Articles for this special issue will be solicited through an open call-for-papers to experts in the field from industry and academia. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:


" Information-theoretic limits of compressed sensing
" Completion of low-rank matrices
" Sparsity in wired and wireless communication channels
" Sparsity in ultra-wideband communication
" Sparsity in sensor networks
" Sparsity in traffic models
" Characterization of sparse communication signals
" Receive algorithms exploiting signal sparsity and/or channel sparsity
" Modeling of sparse communication channels
" Exploiting sparsity in channel measurements

Continuing JCN¡¯s tradition of fast turnaround together with full peer reviews, a tentative schedule is set as follows:
January 31, 2010 Electronic manuscript (.ps or .pdf) submission to JCN website
[An earlier note to editors with intent to submit will be appreciated.]
April 30, 2010 Reviews returned to author. Papers will be either accepted, rejected, or returned to the authors with requests for changes
June 15, 2010 Final Revised Manuscript Due
August 15, 2010 Special Issue published

Prof. Helmut Bolcskei, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, boelcskei-AT-nari.ee.ethz.ch
Prof. Holger Rauhut, University of Bonn, Germany, rauhut-AT-hcm.uni-bonn.de
Prof. Thomas Strohmer, University of California at Davis, USA, strohmer-AT-math.ucdavis.edu
Prof. Pierre Vandergheynst, EPFL, Switzerland, Pierre.vandergheynst-AT-epfl.ch

Electronic submissions will be made to JCN website. Information about submissions is available on the JCN web site, http://jcn.or.kr. Please direct inquiries and intent to submit notifications to any one of the Guest Editors.

JCN is a high-quality quarterly archival journal, published by the Korea Information and Communications Society with the technical co-sponsorship of the IEEE Communications Society, covering the fields of Communication Theory and Systems, Wireless Communications, and Networks and Services. JCN began publication in March 1999.

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