Special Issue on Compressive Sensing

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Call for Papers

IEEE Signal Processing Society

IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing


Special Issue on
Compressive Sensing


At its core, the young fi
eld of compressive sensing (CS)
is nothing more

than the ability of simple
algorithms to sol
ve the seemingly

intractable problem of finding the sparsest solution of a severely

underdetermined linear system of equations, under realistic

conditions.
This leads immediately to new
signal reconstruction

methods that are successful with surprisingly fe
w measurements, which

in turn leads
to signal acquisition methods that effect compression as

part of t
he measurement process (hence
“compressive sensing”
).

These recent realizations (though built upon prior work exploiting

signal sparsity)
have spawned an
explosion of research yielding

exciting results in a wide range of topics, encompassing
algorithms,

theory, and applications.

Original papers
, previously unpublished and not currently under review by another journal, are solicited for
this special issue. T
he scope of this special issue includes, but is not limited to:



algorithms for CS



CS methods that are tolerant to noise, signal nonsparsity, or

measurement nonlinearity



measurement/sampling procedures




mathematical theory of CS



CS for multiple signals or
with additional information



CS for analog signals



signal processing of compressive measurements



nonadaptive signal compression or streaming dataset reduction



hardware implementation of CS systems




applications of CS

S
ubmission information
is available
at
http://www.ece.byu.edu/jstsp
.
Prospective

authors
are required to
follow the
Author’s Guide for
manuscript
preparation of

the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing at
http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/sps/tsp
.
M
anuscripts will be peer reviewed according to the standard IEEE process.


Manuscript submission

due:

Feb. 20
, 200
9

First review completed:


May 15, 2009

Revised manuscript

due:

Jul
. 1
, 200
9

Second review completed
:

Sep
.

1
5
, 200
9

Final manuscript due:


Oct.

15, 200
9


Lead guest editor:

Rick Chartrand, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos (NM), USA
,
rickc@lanl.gov


Guest editors
:

Richard G. Baraniuk, Rice University, Hou
ston (TX)
, USA,
richb@rice.edu


Yonina C. Eldar, Technion, Haifa, Israel
,
yonina@ee.technion.ac.il



rio A. T. Figu
eiredo, Instituto Superio Té
cnico, Lisboa, Portugal
,

mario.figueiredo@lx.it.pt


Jared Tanner, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
,

jared.tanner@ed.ac.uk