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Special Issue "Deep Learning-Based Image and Signal Sensing and Processing"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Sensing and Imaging".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 September 2023 | Viewed by 2138
Special Issue Editors
Interests: digital signal processing; digital image processing
Interests: signal processing; deep learning; green learning; wireless communications
Interests: pattern recognition; computer vision; deep learning; learning analytics
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Special Issue Information
Deep learning is very effective in signal sensing, computer vision, and object recognition. Many of the advanced sensing image and signal processing algorithms proposed in recent years are related to it. Deep learning is a critical technique in image sensing and signal sensing. In image processing, deep learning techniques have been widely applied in object detection, object recognition, object tracking, image denoising, image quality improvement, and medical image analysis. In signal processing, deep learning techniques can be applied to speech recognition, musical signal recognition, source separation, signal quality improvement, ECG and EEG signal analysis, and medical signal processing. Therefore, deep learning techniques are important for both academic research and product design. In this special session, we encourage the authors to submit the manuscripts that are related to the algorithms, architectures, solutions, and applications adopting deep learning techniques. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- Face detection and recognition
- Learning-based object detection
- Learning-based object tracing and ReID
- Hand gesture recognition
- Human motion recognition
- Semantic, instance, and panoptic segmentation
- Image denoising and quality enhancement
- Medical image processing
- Learning-based speech recognition
- Music signal recognition
- Source separation and echo removal for vocal signals
- Signal denoising and quality improvement
- Medical signal analysis
Prof. Dr. Jian-Jiun Ding
Prof. Dr. Feng-Tsun Chien
Dr. Chih-Chang Yu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- object detection
- object recognition
- medical image processing
- signal enhancement
- music signal recognition
- medical signal processing