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Workshop:  Signal and Image Processing using J-DSP

July 24, 2012 - University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

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A J-DSP workshop was conducted in the University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus from 6PM - 9PM on July 24, 2012. Participants were introduced to basic J-DSP concepts, and how to program a simple block using J-DSP. A research presentation on image processing and opportunities for future research grants were also discussed.

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1. Introduction to J-DSP Software - Prof. Andreas Spanias
2. Walkthrough of programming a simple block in J-DSP - Karthikeyan Ramamurthy
3. Dictionary learning algorithms for image processing/computer vision applications - Jayaraman Thiagarajan
4. Opportunities for research grants using J-DSP (discussion) - Prof. Andreas Spanias


Costas Pattichis, Professor, University of Cyprus

Marios Pattichis, Professor, University of New Mexico

Christos Loizou, Professor, Intercollege and CUT

Andreas Spanias Professor, Arizona State University
Ioannis Kyriakides, Professor,  University fo Nicosia

6. Panayiota Kleanthous, Graduate Student, University of Cyprus  
7 Evthivoulos Kyriacou, Professor, Frederick University  
8 Karthikeyan Ramamurthy, Graduate Student, Arizona State University (Skype)  
9. Jayaraman Thiagarajan, Graduate Student, Arizona State University (Skype)  

1. Java-DSP: Recent Developments and Extensions (slides)
2. Sparse Models in Image Understanding and Computer Vision (slides)
The workshop was sponsored in part by the NSF phase 3 TUES (CCLI) grant award no. 0817596.

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